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8 Garden herb Plug Plants. Mixed Collection of herb Plants Ideal for a herb Planter, herb Garden or Indoor herb Plant pots. with Peel Off Labels, from Newlands

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Mentha Nurseries T/A Barrett's Bridge Nurseries is a nursery specializing in plug plants, we are based in Cambridgeshire UK, and have supplied nursery fresh young plants to hundreds of growers, local authorities, garden centres, landscaping and garden designers within the UK, Ireland and mainland Europe for over 40 years, unfortunately due to brexit we no longer deliver to any offshore islands or Europe and only concentrate all our sales to the mainland Uk.

Plug Plant growers of Hardy Perennials, Herb and Flowering Shrub Plug Plants. Hardy Fuchsias, Ornamental Grasses, Lavender, Clematis and Ground Cover. Rosemary – Rosemary is a fragrant, hardy perennial herb that can be used all year round. Plant both annual and tender varieties outdoors in May. Ideal for flavouring stews, meat, and fish dishes. All our hardy plug plants are naturally grown without any artificial heat or light, this makes our plants a much hardier plant than the tender plug plants which are grown using artificial heat and light. We trim all our plants during their growing season to encourage bushy growth and a good root system, Plug plants size is 4 - 4.5cm, we recommend that plants are potted on and not planted direct into the soil.Mint – One of the best herbs for attracting pollinators to your garden. Grow mint in pots or containers and harvest from July-October. Ideal for subtly enhancing veg such as peas, potatoes and carrots. In the kitchen: Bronze Fennel has a sweet aroma and a delicious aniseed flavour that goes well with white fish or used fresh in salads. As well as being ornamental edibles, herbs are perfect for pollinators. Perennial evergreen herbs, like rosemary and thyme, are a lovely way to add structure and character to your garden. Can I grow herbs in containers? Parsley – One of the most popular herbs to use in the kitchen, parsley is ideal for salads or garnishes. Basil – A popular herb that thrives in dry, warm spots, you can even grow basil on your windowsill. Harvest throughout summer to autumn. Ideal for pasta dishes, pizzas and Thai cooking.

Oregano – An attractive, bushy plant, oregano makes a fantastic statement in your garden. With Mediterranean origins, sow oregano in full sun with good drainage. Ideal for flavouring meat dishes, omelettes, or pizza. Thyme – A kitchen garden essential, thyme can be grown successfully outdoors in pots, or in windowsill containers. Can be harvested between March-November. Ideal in stews and casserole dishes. Delivery: These plants can be delivered from September until mid/late October, depending on the season. These plants will arrive in 9cm biodegradable pots. Growing herbs, or even creating a herb garden, is easier than you think. All you need is good light conditions in a weed free, well-drained soil or even on a windowsill. Herbs are an essential ingredient in a wide range of foods, so growing your own means a fresh supply of aromatic flavourings is never more than a few steps away. When natural growing methods are used, growing your own herbs can be a culinary delight, which we guarantee to taste better than anything you find in the shops. Even if you don't intend to use them in the kitchen, many herbs boast a beautiful aroma and wildlife-attracting flowers, as well as adding a splash of colour.

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