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Happy Mother's Day - Say 'I Love You' with a unique living gift

Stuck on gift ideas? We have awesome and affordable Mother's Day Gifts worth giving, order one today.

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Salad Burnet

Christine

Use Salad Burnet whenever you want to add a delicious fresh cucumber flavor. Burnet grows well in containers, and is known as a general companion plant.

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Coriander

Fresh Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) leaves have a pungent, citrusy flavour that some people enjoy and others detest (me being one)In fact, its name is actually derived from the Greek word for bug as they thought that is smelt like one that had been

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Herbal Gifting!

Herb Garden Kits Culinary Kit gets a mention in the December edition of ABC Organic Gardener Magazine, Eco-Friendly gifts for all

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Little Gems in Your Garden

Little Gems Baby Cos lettuce are ideal for container and balcony gardens, the difference between home grown and store bought is amazing!

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Beautiful Borage

Christine

Both the leaves and flowers of Borage are edible and have a mild cucumber flavour. It attracts beneficial insects and is an excellent companion plant.

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Springtime Herb Gardening

Christine

Springtime!  An ideal time to sow and grow your herbs and veggies from seed with your Herb Garden Kit. Get them started indoors ready for planting inside, or outside when it is suitable in your area.  Most of the Culinary herbs, B

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Seeds

Seeds are living things that need to be nurtured and cared for to survive. The term ‘seed’ generally means anything that can be sown, e.g. herb seeds.

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Focus on Bush Basil

Christine

Bush Basil is a fairly low maintenance warm season annual herb plant, perfect for pots and containers.

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Treat yourself to fresh herbs right from your own garden!

Christine

There are many benefits to growing your own herbs, apart from the delicious flavour that freshly picked herbs bring to all your cooking.

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