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Herb Seeds

Growing your own vegetables from seed offers you a great choice of varieties to choose from, it also gives you loads of great value plants and the feeling of satisfaction when you harvest a crop and eat it. At Thompsons we've got a huge range of vegetable seeds to suit every gardener.

   

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Basil Bush

Basil Bush

Annual with small clove-scented leaves. Useful in tomato, cheese and vegetable dishes, salads and pizzas.

  Basil Lime Mrs Burns

Basil Lime Mrs Burns

Lime scented green leaves that can be used in cooking, eaten raw or alternatively used to make a delicious herbal tea.

 
Basil Minette

Basil Minette

Deliciously sweet and aromatic - the traditional ingredient in pizzas.

  Basil Neopolitan

Basil Neopolitan

A delicious variety, producing large, lush, oval-shaped, slightly puckered leaves with a good strong flavour.

 
Basil Red

Basil Red

The purple leaves give a real 'lift' to salads, stir fries and pasta.

  Basil Siam Queen

Basil Siam Queen

Purple stems and green leaves that provide a delicious aroma of liquorice. Use leaves raw, cooked or to make basil tea.

 
Basil Sweet

Basil Sweet

Annual with larger leaves than Bush Basil. A widely used herb, especially in cooked tomato dishes.

  Basil Sweet Genovese

Basil Sweet Genovese

A very popular basil with large sweet leaves. Used in a huge range of mediterranean dishes. An essential for the windowsill.

 
Basil Thai

Basil Thai

The traditional ingredient for oriental and Thai dishes.

  Borage

Borage

An easily grown annual which is very attractive to bees. Chopped leaves give a cool, cucumber-like taste to salads and wine cups.

 
Celery Par-cel

Celery Par-cel

An easy to grow variety with a strong celery taste and beautiful curled leaves. Ideal for soups and salads. High vitamin content. Attractive in flower border.

  Chives

Chives

Much loved for its fresh, delicate onion flavour. Compliments many dishes including salads and sauces. Tough plants ideal for growing on a cool windowsill.

 
Chives Garlic

Garlic Chives

Flat leaves with a light garlic flavour - use as chives.

  Coriander Cilantro

Coriander Cilantro (for leaf)

Large, abundant leaves slow to run to seed. Delicious for salads, Mexican, Mediterranean and Thai dishes.

 
Coriander for seed

Coriander (for Seed)

Bred for seed production but leaves can also be used. Use for authentic curries and oriental dishes.

  Dill

Dill

Sweet aniseed flavour. Use leaves and seeds with chicken and fish.

 
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