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A selection of UK grown herbs, perfect to freshen up your indoor and outdoor spaces whilst adding a lovely scent to your patio, balcony and/or kitchen.
Care needs: Low Maintenance PlantsPet-friendly: NoLight level: Medium Light
This aromatic herb mix collection comprises six of the most popular herbs, with something to suit every style of cooking. Dot them throughout sunny borders, plant them all together to create a fantastic herb garden or enjoy them potted in your kitchen.
A gorgeous selection of UK grown, edible herbs. This is an easy way to create your very own edible herb garden, with an array of different textures and greenery. This selection is a great gift idea and will freshen up your outdoor or indoor spaces whilst adding a lovely scent to your patio, balcony or kitchen.
With this selection, you don’t have to have a dedicated herb garden either, they are a great addition to window sills, flower beds and garden borders.
This mix of 6 or 10 herbs can be planted in your outdoor space to create a stunning border, kept in their growers' pots to be placed around your patio furniture or potted in decorative pots to be added to your kitchen decor. This selection really does add some texture and colours with the added bonus of some beautiful scents too! Why not pop them in our stoneware pots and use them to liven up your favourite dishes with the fresh flavour of British grown herbs.
6 x Mix of Herbs (13cm)
10 x Mix of Herbs (13cm)
Includes a mix of Thymus, Lavender, Mint or Rosemary. Approximately total height; 18-25cm.
Please note: this mix may vary depending on the time of year and all sizes are approximate.
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Watch the selection of herbs grow before your eyes, just ensure they are watered regularly! Enjoy using them to cook or take in their lovely aromas.
Position in a spot with good light, these will need to be watered regularly. Most herbs don’t need much fertilization and a simple liquid fertilizer once a year will be enough to keep them happy.
If planting, make sure your herbs are kept weed free. Pruning should be done once a month and just remove any older leaves, this will encourage new healthy growth. Your herbs will thrive if you trim them often. The more you cut, the more they’ll grow!
Your herbs will need to be watered regularly to be kept fresh.
Herbs can be been kept in their growers pots or planted directly into the ground. Don’t forget, herbs that have been kept in their growers pots will need to be watered more often, as they tend to dry out a little faster.
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