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For our online store, we are currently delivering to the following postcode areas. All online orders are dispatched from a separate location. In-store delivery zones and charges may vary. Please note that heavy items may be subject to an additional charge. If an additional charge is applicable, it will be stated in the product description. For more information, contact us, or use our online chat.
We aim to dispatch all orders within 7 working days, however, this may vary depending on the volume of orders we are processing. We are using our own team of drivers and vehicles. Social distancing is being observed and our delivery is operating as a contactless service. We will ring the doorbell to notify you of the delivery, but will not require a signature. All orders are delivered to your front garden or driveway. Deliveries to a further location must be agreed upon in advance. An extra charge may be incurred.
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English Lavender is actually native to the mediterranean. It produces the best oils and is ideal for garden borders or growing as a divider or low hedge. It is more hardy than French lavender and tends to be more compact. Grow in full sun on well drained soil. Hidcote is a dwarf English lavender with highly scented deep purple flower spikes. it holds an RHS Award of Garden Merit.
Garden mint, also known as spearmint or Mentha spicata, is a popular culinary herb that is widely used in the UK and other parts of the world. It is a hardy perennial plant that grows up to 60 cm tall and has long, pointed leaves that are slightly fuzzy to the touch. It produces small, pink or purple flowers in mid- to late summer. Mint is easy to grow preferring moist, well-drained soil and partial shade, but can also tolerate full sun. Garden mint can quickly spread to fill an area. To keep it contained it is advisable to plant it inot a large pot and sink the pot in the ground. In the kitchen, garden mint is used to flavour a wide range of dishes, including salads, soups, stews, sauces, and teas. It is also a key ingredient in the famous side dish, mint sauce, which is traditionally served with roast lamb.
Scented foliage that produces small red flowers in the summer months which are a magnet for bees. Only 5cm tall and mat forming it is brilliant for gaps between paving, rockeries and path edges in full sun.
Apple mint 'variegated', also known as variegated pineapple mint, is a variety of the common mint plant that is known for its variegated green and cream-coloured leaves. It is a hardy perennial herb that is easy to grow and has a distinctive fruity aroma, similar to that of apples or pineapples. Apple mint 'variegated' typically grows to a height of about 40cm, and its leaves are often used in cooking and baking to add a refreshing and slightly sweet flavour to dishes. It is also a popular herb for making tea, either on its own or mixed with other herbs. In terms of growing conditions, apple mint 'variegated' prefers moist, well-drained soil and partial shade to full sun. It can be grown in pots or in the ground, and it is relatively low maintenance, requiring only occasional pruning to keep it from becoming too leggy. Overall, apple mint 'variegated' is a beautiful and flavourful addition to any herb garden or kitchen, and its variegated leaves add an attractive touch of colour to any setting.
Thymus vulgaris, commonly known as thyme, is a perennial herb native to the Mediterranean region and is widely cultivated throughout the world as a culinary and medicinal herb. The plant grows up to 30 cm in height and has small, aromatic leaves that are commonly used for flavouring a variety of dishes, such as soups, stews, and roasted meats. Thyme has a pungent, slightly sweet flavour and a strong, distinctive aroma. Its essential oil is often used in aromatherapy to promote relaxation and reduce stress. Overall, thyme is a versatile and useful herb with a long history of use in many different applications.
English Lavender is actually native to the mediterranean. It produces the best oils and is ideal for garden borders or growing as a divider or low hedge. It is more hardy than French lavender and tends to be more compact. Grow in full sun on well drained soil. Munstead is a compact English lavender with highly scented blue-purple flower spikes.
Lemon Balm, also known as Melissa officinalis, is a herbaceous perennial plant that is part of the mint family. It is native to southern Europe and the Mediterranean region but is widely cultivated throughout the world, including in the UK. The plant has a bushy habit and can grow up to 70 cm tall, with a spread of up to 90 cm. Lemon Balm has fragrant leaves that are ovate in shape and a bright green colour. The leaves have a lemon scent when crushed, which is where the plant gets its common name. Lemon Balm blooms in the summer with small white or yellow flowers that are attractive to bees and other pollinators. It is commonly used to make tea and can also used in cooking, particularly in Mediterranean cuisine, to add a lemony flavour to dishes. In the garden, Lemon Balm is an attractive and useful herb that can be grown in containers or planted directly in the ground. It prefers full sun to partial shade and well-draining soil.
French Marjoram is a perennial herb commonly used in French and Mediterranean cuisine to add flavour to various dishes such as soups, stews, meat, and vegetables. The leaves of this herb are small and delicate, with a mild, sweet, and slightly citrusy taste. French Marjoram prefers a sunny, well-drained location and can be grown in containers or in the ground. It blooms with small, pale pink or white flowers in mid to late summer, making it a great addition to any herb garden or mixed border.