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Basil Classico Italiano - Classic Genova basil used for making pesto Genovese and a million other uses in the kitchen. Perfect indoors, the windowsill or outside. Seed count @4000.
Annual with fast growing leaves which are to be used fresh. The edible flowers can be used frozen in ice-cubes, for decorating food or in punches and port. Sow Mar-end July.
Cat Grass' Annual which is easy to cultivate. Cats eat the leaves as a stimulant! Sow outdoors from Mar - end of July, easy to grow indoors all year.
Dried Chamomile flowers are used to make tea. Dry the plant upside down. Chamomile tea has calming properties. Indoors or outdoors sow March to end June.
Ideal for chopping and adding to potato salad. Mild onion flavour. Easy to grow indoors. Sow outdoors Feb to end June.
Cress can be grown very easily all year round and is ready a month after sowing. It compliments eggs exceptionally well.
Many culinary uses for this popular herb. Use the seeds in curries and soups or the leaf in salads and stir frys. Outdoors sow from Mar to June.
Use the dried flowers to flavour homemade biscuits, with pork and for perfume pouches. Lavender oil can relieve headaches. Sow mid Feb to mid Sep.
Known as mountain celery in Italy due to it's flavour. Leaves like parsley. It can spread (like mint) so plant into pots and plant the whole pot into the soil. Outdoors sow from Feb to June.
The dried leaves are indispensable on Pizza's and Breads. Harvest all year round. Sow Mar to end Aug.
Flat leafed parsley 'Comune'. National variety used all over Italy. Sow Mar to Sep. Seed count @6000.
Peppermint has loads of uses, not least in drinks, ice-cream, with lamb as a garnish or to make mint tea. Grows to 30-40cms tall. Best suited to pots as it spreads quickly in the soil. Sow Mar to May.
Real Italian Rosemary. Ideal to flavour roasts. Tolerates poor soil and most extreme weathers. Sow Apr to mid July.
Can be chopped fresh and is a great companion to pork or pasta with a knob of butter and fresh parmesan cheese. Sow mid Mar to end Sep.
Can be used in salads & omelettes, with beef and lamb, cooked like spinach and also makes for a really good soup. Sow Mar to end June.
Perrenial. Leaves can be used both fresh and dried. Ideal for use in fruit salads, to garnish drinks and for making tea. Sow mid Mar to mid Oct.
Thyme of Provence. Introduced to France by the Romans and then onto the UK. Prefers light cold soils in partial shade. Sow Mar to end Aug.
Great added to trout or salmon cooked in foil in the oven with some butter lemon juice salt and pepper. Sow Mar to end Jun.
Annual requiring a sunny position. At the start of august when the plant is flowering remove the flowers which are drying out to facilitate later harvest of the fruits which are used to flavour dishes sweets and liquers that have a strong aniseed flavour.
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