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Herb seed packs - Basil, Thyme or Spearmint
Herb seed packs - Basil, Thyme or Spearmint
Herb seed packs - Basil, Thyme or Spearmint

Herb seed packs - Basil, Thyme or Spearmint

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Beautifully packaged herb seed packets, ideal for gifting. Choose from Thai Basil, Thyme de Provence or Moroccan Spearmint. Each packet includes planting, care and harvesting guidance.

Thai Basil - contains 120 seeds, plant size 45cm high, 20cm wide. Thai Basil (Ocimum basilicum var. thyrsiflora) is a spicy, anise-liquorice flavoured basil, which is also known as horapa in the Thai language. With their lovely purple stems and purple-veined leaves on a shiny, dark green background, these plants are not only grown for their culinary uses but also as ornamental specimens. It is best when eaten raw. The plant is said to have the ability to convey good fortune to its user while also protecting him or her from evil spirits. If a leaf is placed in one's pocket, it will cause money to enter one's pocket soon thereafter.

Thyme de Provence - contains 350 seeds, plant size 20cm high, 15cm wide. Thyme De Provence, or ‘Summer Thyme’, is a popular perennial herb that is well known for its culinary, medicinal and ornamental uses. With its tiny, soft, grey-green leaves and small, pinkish flowers, Thyme de Provence is spicier than common thyme and is the preferred option in authentic French cuisine. Historically, it’s had a major role in vision-inducing love potions, fairy-producing unguents and, as the botanist Nicholas Culpeper recommended, nightmare remedies.

Moroccan Spearmint - contains 50 seeds, plant size 50cm high, 20cm wide. Moroccan Mint (Mentha spicata var. crispa) is a pretty, compact variety of mint that looks good in your garden and can be used to flavour food, make tea or simply scent your patio! Moroccan mint tea, which is also known as Tuareg tea, is the subject of this apt proverb: ‘The first glass is as bitter as life, the second is as strong as love, the third is as soothing as death’.

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