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Herbs and Vegetables

Weekly updated selection of 9cm Culinary Herbs ready to be shipped today


The selection of our fresh culinary herbs includes a mixture of perennial and annual herb plants that are established and able to survive in the British climate. Save yourself money and time on trips to the grocery stores by creating a herb garden consisting of all fresh cooking herbs that can add an inspiring array of tastes to your everyday meals. There are many different varieties of herbs to choose from, and with a bit of planning and effort, you can have a thriving edible herb garden on your windowsill or your patio in no time. 

Please browse our selection of currently available fresh culinary herbs and choose the ones you use most often in your cooking recipes. 


For a complete list of what we grow please see the main menu.

We hope you enjoy your visit and find the herbs you need.

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What are Culinary Herbs?

The term "herb" comes from the Latin root "herba" and means herbs, grass. [1] It refers to the green parts of plants, which include leaves, blossoms, and stems. Unlike spices that grow in tropical climates, herbs are cultivated in temperate climates.  

Fresh Cooking Herbs - your great partners in the kitchen

Herbs have been used in cooking for centuries since medieval times to turn ordinary everyday meals into tantalizing gustatory adventures. From stimulating taste buds through colourful visual appeal to unusual textures, fresh herbs are an excellent ingredient in your family's cooking every day.

Health Benefits

As herbs contain minimal amounts of sodium, sugar, and fat while providing a variety of flavours and aromas, fresh culinary herbs belong to popular replacement ingredients for cooks who aim for healthier dishes by decreasing the amount of salt, sugar, and fats in standard recipes. Some popular herbs to use in place of salt, sugar, and fats are parsley, coriander, basil, rosemary, thyme, and oregano.

Optimal Weigh Management

Although fresh herbs are not a magic bullet for weight loss, some of them can complement diet and support weight loss. A study published in the National Library of Medicine [2] found that certain herbs, like fennel, peppermint and chamomile, can assist with weight loss by modifying stress, stimulating bowel mobility, and promoting normal metabolism. 

Sustainable Future

Grow culinary herbs not only for yourself and for your family. Cooking herbs can be a great way to sustain the wildlife in your garden. When you grow culinary herbs, you provide pollinators, birds, bees, and butterflies, with fresh food that they can use to survive and thrive. Imagine the feeling of having an aesthetically pleasing garden and helping to support the health of local wildlife. 

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