Herb Seeds

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  • Herb Santo Slow Bolt Coriander

    R24.00

    Coriandrum sativum

    Santo Slow Bolt is a lovely coriander variety for those looking for a regular ‘Dhanya’ supply. Plant 5-10 cm apart and pick often. Allow the plats to run to seed (bolt) for your next seed supply or for coriander spice for the kitchen.
    Companion plants: Chervil, Cabbage, Carrots, Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Cauliflower

    Approx. 50 seeds

  • Herb Siam Queen Basil

    R26.00

    Ocimum basilicum

    A type of Thai basil that is easy to grow and grows quite quickly. It has a stronger taste than other basils with stunning deep burgundy flowers and pale green & burgundy leaves. Used in Italian, Thai and Indian cooking in their salads, soups, pasta and vegetable dishes. This variety of basil pairs well with seafood, poultry and rice.
    Companion plants: Tomato, peppers, oregano, asparagus, petunias, grapes.

    Approx. 50 seeds

     

     

     

  • Herb Sorrel Green de Bellevil

    R24.00

    Rumex acetosa

    Sorrel is an essential ingredient in a herb salad, imparting a lovely astringent, clover-like flavour. Grows easily and is well worth a little patch in the garden, acts as a wonderful trap crop for slugs and snails.
    Companion plants: strawberry, blueberry.

    Approx. 50 seeds

     

     

  • Herb Spicy Globe Basil

    R24.00

    Ocimum basilicum

    Perfect for container gardening. Also known as a Greek Basil. It’s named for its rounded shape and grows as wide as it does tall. The stems stay tender as opposed to other basils.
    Companion plants: Tomato, peppers, oregano, asparagus, petunias, grapes.

    Approx. 50 seeds

  • Herb Summer Savory

    R24.00

    Satureja hortensis

    A popular European and Canadian herb, it is most often used in meat and game dishes. Summer Savory lends itself extremely well to flavouring beans (steamed or boiled) and is often referred to as the bean herb. It can be used interchangeably with sage and makes a fantastic addition to soups and stews where it can be added in quite large amounts.
    Companion plants: Tomatoes, beans (all) onions, garlic, leeks, chives

    Approx. 50 seeds

  • Herb Sweet Fennel

    R24.00

    Foeniculum vulgare

    Fennel is one of those herbs that once you start using you can’t do without. Use it in baking, salads, pickles, stews curries etc. It has its own place and can be used in almost every dish. Like its cousin dill, use the whole plant roots and all.
    Companion plants: Lettuce, cabbage, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower and cucumbers.

    Approx. 50 seeds

  • Herb Sweet Genovese Basil

    R24.00

    Ocimum basilicum

    Firmly entrenched in culinary tradition, it’s a rare dish that will not be complimented with the addition of a pinch or two of basil. Sweet Genovese is the traditional basil that everyone has come to love. Basil can also be used as the base of a great insect repelling spray for inside your home and on your plants. Frost sensitive and does not like to be transplanted once established.
    Companion plants: Tomato, peppers, oregano, asparagus, petunias, grapes.

    Approx. 50 seeds

  • Herb Tansy

    R24.00

    Tanacetum vulgare

    Tansy is a pretty herb that is mainly used as an insect repellent and it can be boiled up with rue and garlic to create the base for a powerful repellent. The fresh leaves can be cut and put into your dog’s kennel or just rubbed straight onto his coat to repel fleas.
    Companion plants: Peaches, apricots, almonds, nectarines, cabbage, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, kohlrabi and turnips.

    Approx. 50 seeds

  • Herb Thai Basil

    R24.00

    Ocimum basilicum var. horapha

    The most commonly used basil in Asian cooking. The unique anise / liquorice flavours and scent of this basil hold up better than the more common Sweet basil when cooked. If you have eaten Thai food, you have probably tasted this basil.
    Companion plants: Tomato, peppers, oregano, asparagus, petunias, grapes.

    Approx. 50 seeds