Healthy Living HerbsBringing Nature's Goodness Home

The name in herbs to be trusted for the best results.

Follow our easy growing plans and tips, and you and your family will surely enjoy the benefits of freshly and naturally grown herbs in your daily life.
Information cards that highlight the most popular use of the herb will help you to make the correct choice.

Seasonal Herbs available at your local Garden Center - click here for a list of stockist.

Value Pack HerbsValue Pack Range
Herb seedlings available in 6 packs for mass planting - great value.

Healthy Living HerbsStandard Range
Established herbs in 12cm pots for quick growing results.

Premium HerbsPremium Range
Ready to harvest herbs in 17cm pots - ideal for that instant look.

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Beetroot and Herb Soup with Goat's Cheese

This easy soup is a must try.

Make it in summer or winter and serve it either hot or cold. This soup is not only colourful and easy but loaded with benefits.

Beetroot: Contains magnesium, Iron and Vitamin A, B6 and C
Chives: Low in calories, high in vitamins and minerals
Mint: High antioxidant qualities
Goat's cheese: A good source of calcium, protein and vitamin A and K.

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Globe artichoke

Globe Artichoke

So much more than a gourmet food; they are a powerful detoxing herb too.

As a vegetable globe artichokes (Cynarascolymus) are considered a gourmet delicacy.
As a garden plant, the spiky silvery green foliage as well as the electric blue flower spikes are striking and unusually beautiful.

But as a herb, would you guess that it is one of the most effective and far reaching natural liver tonics that one can grow?

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Frost

Winter Growing Tips

There is no need to go short of fresh herbs in winter with these savvy suggestions.

Parsley, origanum and marjoram work equally well in pots or in full sun in the garden. The closer the herbs are to the kitchen the better and in winter the patio or a sunny doorway is usually the best spot.

A large container planted up with a combination of origanum or marjoram, thyme, rosemary and parsley or garlic chives is not only an attractive feature but is easily accessible.

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