The traditional basil.
Fragrant flowers and foliage of this low growing shrub make it a favourite. Prune lightly in early spring. requires full sun and excellent drainage.
Due to limited availability we will substitute to the closer variety possible if sold out. If you do not want a substitute please say so in the order notes.
The most common basil, great for pesto or any Italian cuisine.
Scent and flavour are more mild than other mints. Used in cocktails. Nice with lemon juice and fruit cocktails.
The main ingredient in a mojito… Who we kidding, we know what the real main ingredient is.
A lovely kitchen herb, young leaves can be used fresh as well as mature seeds when the plant has finished flowering.
Recommended to be in a container by itself because it can take over if left unattended.
Pairs well with anything with tomatoes. Full sun.
A classic mint. Recommended to be planted in containers by itself as it can easily take over if left unattended.
Use for Asian cooking, stir fry and tea.
Very popular, attractive herb with exceptionally flavourful leaves. Sweeter than English thyme.
Beautiful, sweet-scented white flowers complement gray-green leaves. Foliage has a distinctive mild garlic flavour.
Low growing perennial. Used in savory dishes, baking and preserves.
Sweet flavour, used to make Moroccan style mint tea.
Commonly used in Italian dishes. Leaves store well and can be frozen
Use in teas and cosmetics.
Lemon scented thyme.
Distinct apple flavour. Nice in preserves and teas.
A nice spicy leafy green, makes a great addition to any salad.
Use for perfumes, potpourris and fragrant soaps
A slight citrus fragrance. Full sun.
Early maturing. Deep green sprouts spaced closely on medium sized plants. High yield.
Perfect for pesto.