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Lovely flower spikes with aromatic foliageAn attractive mix of blue and white flower spikes nestle above aromatic foliage. Ideal for borders, pots and tubs. Attracts beneficial insects, especially bees. Genus - Agastache Species - Foeniculum Variety - Blue&White Mix Common name - Giant Hyssop Pre-Treatment - Not-required Hardiness zones..
Mentha longifolia is a species in the genus Mentha (mint) native to Europe, western and central Asia (east to Nepal and the far west of China), and northern and southern (but not tropical) Africa.It is a very variable herbaceous perennial plant with a peppermint-scented aroma. Like many mints, it has a creeping rhizome, with erect to creeping stems..
Hyssop is an aromatic, semi-evergreen, woody-based, shrubby perennial that grows in an erect bushy clump. It is frequently grown in herb gardens and as an ornamental. It is native to the northern Mediterranean coast and Asia Minor, but has naturalized along roads in some parts of the U. S. It features narrow, stalkless, toothed, aromatic, shiny dar..
Approximately 150 seeds in 0,5g packet.Native to Central, Southeastern and Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Western Asia (Iran, Lebanon, Syria).These papery-textured, double daisy flowers are excellent for drying. Immortelle flowers are attractive, easily grown, and they are one of the most popular everlasting flowers available.This plant grows on sunn..
Mitsuba is not a new culinary herb, it is a discovery for most North Americans. Mitsuba (Cryptotaenia japonica) is a classic seasoning that is as popular in Asian cuisine as Italian and curly parsley are in Western dishes.It's also known as Japanese parsley or white chervil, possibly due to its subtle flavor, a blend of Italian parsley and celery l..
The lemony leaves of lemonbalm are fragrant and wonderful. It is grown exclusively as an herb and its pungent green leaves are used for tea and potpourri.Lemonbalm is a hardy perennial herb in the mint family. The plants are clump-forming and offer inconspicuous white or pale pink flowers in late spring to summer. The flowers are pollinated by bees..
Sweet basil is commonly grown as an aromatic culinary and medicinal herb in warm temperate and tropical climates. An interesting twist on th eclassic basil, the leaves have a definite lemony tang.Grows 0,30-0,50 meters tall. It is a very good companion plant to grow in the house or greenhouse, its aromatic foliage helping to reduce problems caused ..
This herb in cooler climate zone is being grown as annual or perennial plant (needs to overwinter in cool room inside).Fast-growing and clump-forming, lemongrass has leaf blades rich in fragrant oils that smell lemony when crushed. The bases are used to flavor any number of dishes in Indian and Southeast Asian Cuisine. A Southeast Asian native, thi..
Bedding plant, cottage gardens, herb gardens, native plant areas, prairies, roadsides or waste areas. Also effective in hummingbird or butterfly gardens. Leaves may be used to make herbal teas or may be added to pot-pourris.Known by a number of common names, lemon beebalm is an aromatic winter annual with unusual, tuft-like, lavender to pink, whorl..
East Indian lemongrass (Cymbopogon flexuosus) is one of the quickest and easiest herbs to grow from seed or divisions. It's also one of the most useful herbs to have in your garden.Plants started early in the growing season will produce many leaves for harvest, and become quite a large plant by the end of the year. The useful part of the plant is t..
A sticky, perennial herb with underground stems (rhizomes). The hairy stems are upright, growing to about 1 m tallLeaves divided into 9–17 leaflets, held on a leaf stalk 10–20 cm long. The leaflets are arranged in pairs along a central axis, with a single leaflet pointing outwards at the end. Flowers light blue to violet (rarely white), 1.0–1.5 cm ..
Lovage is a culinary herb that is often grown in herb gardens for the celery-like flavor of its leaves, stems, roots and seeds. A somewhat imposing plant that can reach 180 cm in height. Small umbels of tiny, greenish-yellow flowers appear in spring. Ternately compound, deeply divided, dark green leaves resemble flattened parsley or celery leaves. ..
Approximately 300 seeds in 0.1g packet.A useful kitchen mint with lots of large, slightly hairy green leaves with a fresh minty smell when chopped. It quickly spreads but you can easily keep it in check by planting in a pot which is then sunk into the ground to stop the roots spreading. Pick the leaves as needed. Scent and flavour described by some..
Easy and fast growing, the baby leaves add colour and heat to salads. Larger leaves become more intense and are a great addition to stir-fries.Can be grown inside in pots, containers, grow bags or a seed bed.Harvest from April to October. Pick individual baby leaves as requiered, a few from each plant. They will regrow for up to 4 cuts.Pick large l..
Very attractive leaves with a mildly spicy flavour. Can be harvested from baby leaf to fully mature plants.A very easily grown plant, succeeding in full sun in a well-drained fertile preferably alkaline soil. Prefers a heavy soil. Succeeds in any reasonable soil. Shade tolerant, growing well on a north border. Succeeds in maritime garden.Tolerates ..