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Thyme Common Herb Plant

Thyme Common Herb Plant

2.50

Common Thyme
Thymus vulgaris

Perennial. Ht 15cm. This popular, traditional Thyme is an upright culinary thyme with lilac pink flowers throughout Summer. Ideal for a well drained position, in full sun. Use in any dishes that require Thyme, or use as part of a bouquet garni.
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Chamomile Roman Herb Plants

Chamomile Roman Herb Plants

2.50

Roman Chamomile
Chamaemelum nobile

Perennial. Ht 10cm. White daisy like flowers, sweet smelling foliage.
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Mint Chocolate Peppermint Herb Plants

Mint Chocolate Peppermint Herb Plants

2.50

Chocolate Peppermint
Mentha x piperita Citrata Chocolate

Perennial. Ht 30cm. A vigorous, spreading plant with soft leaves that are brown marked and have a peppermint scent with a hint of dark chocolate. Its pink flowers in Summer are attractive to bees and butterflies. Plant in moist, well drained soil in full sun or partial shade and use the leaves in drinks.
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Sage Herb Plants

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Sage Herb Plant Varieties

Salvia

Nothing else smells or tastes quite like Common Sage; put quite simply, the reason why it’s a definite requirement for the herb garden. Another Mediterranean plant, it puts up with our climate very well - a hardy evergreen perennial that prefers a warm, sunny free draining site and grows equally well in the ground or in pots and containers.

The range of Sages that can be used for culinary uses extends to a choice of narrow or broad, green, purple or golden leaves. In addition, Tricolor Sage has excellent culinary properties and a very attractive variegated leaf but is probably best described as half-hardy. Clary Sage is a hardy biennial, more commonly used for its medicinal properties and then there are the half hardy scented Sages: Blackcurrant, Pineapple and Tangerine, each with their own powerfully fragranced leaves that have to be rubbed and sniffed to be believed.

One more plant that is prone to turning woody if left alone, it’s best to trim it in the Spring and again after it finishes flowering.


Sage Herb Plant Varieties List

Click here or on the photo above to list the Sage Herb Plant varieties available from our nursery.

Online Catalogue |  Sage Herb Plants

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