Generous pack sizes • Organic and Regular herbs • All popular herbs available.
- Popular in Mediterranean and Indian cooking.
- Use in sauces, soups, stews and curries.
- Simply add one or two to the saucepan.
- Dried basil leaves.
- Value packs - large size (50g).
- Also freeze-dried basil, basil seeds and basil plants.
- Blend of Marjoram, Parsley, Thyme, Rosemary and Bay Leaves.
- For casseroles, soups and sauces.
- Pack of 4 handy sachets.
- Loose chamomile flowers.
- For making herbal tea.
- Calms and soothes.
Chives are similar to onions and garlic, but with a milder taste. They work well as an alternative to garlic or in salads and cheese-based snacks.
Mild aniseed flavoured dried leaves Used in a similar way to Parsley and is one of the herbs used in the French blend fines herbes.
Coriander leaves and plants
Dried coriander leaves and window-box kits for growing your own coriander.
Comfrey leaves are used as an infusion. They have a beneficial effect on the digestion and can also help to relieve bites and stings when applied externally.
Leaves that taste of curry
These curry leaves taste of curry, and can be added to curries to make them even more curry-like, though are not essential.
Dandelion leaves are usually made into a tea. They are often mixed with peppermint and chamomile.
Aromatic dill leaves
Dill (or dill-weed) is an aromatic thin leaf that is best known for accompanying salmon.
A light and sweet tasting tiny flower used in making tea and other beverages.
Fenugreek leaves have a strong, almost sweet aroma with a slight bitter and peppery flavour.
Garlic is a well-known and familiar flavouring. We supply a range of forms of garlic including paste, powder and flakes that make it quicker and easier to cook with garlic, with no peeling or chopping required. They also offer very good value for money.
A classic French herb mix to lend that certain 'je ne sais quoi' to your meal.
Hibiscus petals can be used whole or ground to make herbal teas and refreshing drinks. With its fruity, sweet lemon-like flavour, it also mixes well with rice.
Hop flowers have a soothing, calming effect and are commonly made into tea to be drunk before bedtime. They can also be put into pillows where the aromas have a sedative effect.
Oregano, basil, thyme, marjoram, sage, parsley, bay leaves and cracked black pepper
• Add to tomato-based sauces or directly into pizza dough for a feel of Italy.
One of the characteristic flavours of Thai food.
Lavender is often used in baking to flavour cakes in biscuits. It also has a number of uses as a fragrance - to keep clothes fresh or in foot baths.
Lemon balm is commonly used in vinaigrette dressings, pickled foods and salads.
Used in Thai cooking
Lemon grass is used extensively in Thai cooking, and can also be used to make tea.
Linden flowers, or lime flowers, are used in herbal infusions. They are often mixed with chamomile flowers.
Marigold flowers come from the species Calendula, and are used in herbal teas, or as a food colouring. The flowers themselves are edible, and can also be used to decorate cakes.
Dried marjoram and marjoram plants
Marjoram is a herb commonly used in French cuisine.
Mint: dried and plants
Mint is one of the most recognisable herbs, and is available in dried and plant-kit form.
Essential and versatile blend of kitchen herbs: Basil, Marjoram, Oregano, Parsley, Sage, Winter Thyme.
Nettle leaves can be used to make nettle tea. They are often mixed with peppermint.
Subtly sweet and zingy, onion is a popular ingredient is so many savoury recipes. It is related to chives, garlic and spring onion and is available here in pure, dried form.
Oregano and oregano plants
We supply oregano in dried form, and in the form of a "grow-your-own" kit.
Dried Parsley and Parsley Plants
A range of parsley products.
Pennyroyal is commonly used to make Pennyroyal Tea. It is believed to help relieve upset stomachs and wind.
Peppermint is a popular herb that is often used for making tea. It can be used on its own to make peppermint tea, or mixed together with other herbs to add a little extra "kick".
Pure Raspberry Leaves
- A fruity infusion popular with pregnant women.
- Ready to brew.
- Mix with Rosehip & Hibiscus for a herbal infusion.
Rose petals can flavour many things including syrups and rhubarb-based desserts. It is often used to make a delicious iced tea. Rose petals are a traditional part of the Ras el Hanout spice mix.
Rose hip is usually used to make tea, and can also be used in jellies and other desserts.
Dried rosemary 50g
• Popular with lamb
• Sprinkle over potatoes and vegetables
• Used in Mediterranean cuisine.
Sage is a member of the salvia family, and its leaves are used extensively in European cookery.
Tarragon: dried and grow-your-own
We supply dried tarragon, and a tarragon-growing kit.
Thyme leaves and plants
Dried thyme and thyme kits.
Yerba Mate is often used to make a stimulating pick-me-up tea as an alternative to coffee.
- Basil, oregano, rosemary, sage and others.
- Also mixed Italian herb packs.
- Includes parsley, thyme, tarragon and marjoram.
- Also Herbes de Provence.
- Middle-Eastern, Indian and East Asian Herbs.
- Includes coriander, bay leaves, fenugreek, curry leaves, kaffir lime leaves and lemon grass,
- Exceptional quality.
- Freeze-drying locks in the flavour and freshness.
- Includes: chives, basil, parsley, dill, oregano, thyme.
Loose leaves for making infusions with.
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