Mr Fothergill’s Herbs
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Mr Fothergill’s Herbs

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Mint

A traditional garden mint. Superb with lamb, new potatoes and in sauces.

Approx. 1250 Seeds.

Sow Indoors: Mar - Apr
Sow/Plant Outdoors: May - Jun
Flowers/Harvest: Apr - Nov

 

Tarragon Russian

Aniseed-like flavour. A less distinct and refined taste than French tarragon but hardier and easy to grow.

Approx. 350 Seeds.

Sow Indoors: Mar - May
Sow/Plant Outdoors: May - Jun
Flowers/Harvest: May - Oct

 

Garlic Chives

Flat leaves with a light garlic flavour - use as chives.

Approx. 300 Seeds.

Sow Indoors: All year
Sow/Plant Outdoors: Mar - May
Flowers/Harvest: All year

 

Oregano Greek

A strong aromatic herb popular in Greek and Italian cooking. Perfect with lamb, tomato and cheese.

Approx. 1500 Seeds.

Sow Indoors: All year
Flowers/Harvest: All year

 

Chives

Easy to grow, this perennial, which is part of the onion family, is an essential addition to the herb garden. Attractive to bees and butterflies, their edible leaves make an irresistible garnish for potatoes, salads and soups.

Approx. 750 Seeds.

Sow Indoors: All year
Flowers/Harvest: All year

 

Dill

Dill has a distinct mild and warm flavour with a faint aniseed aroma. The attractive, elegant plants look lovely in a cottage garden setting. Great for detering carrot root fly. Try cooking with chicken and fish dishes.

Height: 60cm

Approx. 750 Seeds.

Sow Indoors: All year
Sow/Plant Outdoors: Mar - Jul
Flowers/Harvest: All year

 

Parsley Giant of Italy

Large, flat leaves which are full of flavour. Versatile and nutritious, for all types of cuisine.

Approx. 750 Seeds.

Sow Indoors: All year
Sow/Plant Outdoors: Mar - Jul
Flowers/Harvest: All year

 

Coriander Cilantro

Coriander is fantastic in many dishes, but the plants have a frustrating habit of bolting (running to seed prematurely). Cilantro was bred with this in mind and its large, abundant leaves are slow to run to seed.

Approx. 150 Seeds.

Sow Indoors: All year
Flowers/Harvest: All year

 

Fennel

Leaves, seeds and stems can all be harvested. Leaves have mild flavour, stems and seeds are stronger.

Approx. 250 Seeds.

Sow/Plant Outside: Mar - May
Flowers/Harvest: Jun - Oct

 

Basil Thai

As easy to grow as any other basil, this variety has a distinctly liquorice flavour and used heavily in Thai and oriental dishes. A native of South East Asia, the purple leaves look very attractive in pots, both outdoors and on the windowsill.

Approx. 300 Seeds.

Sow Indoors: All year
Sow/Plant Outdoors: May - Jun
Flowers/Harvest: All year