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Potted herbs for Kitchen or Garden
Use the flower heads to make a relaxing tea.
Adds a delightful scent to the garden.
A small 250ml pot containing French Sorrel, used for flavour in soups and sauces. The young leaves can be treated like spinach and can also be eaten as a salad with a delicate lemony taste.
Suitable for planting outside as a hardy perennial, growing to 1m in diameter. Keep cutting it back to encourage leafy growth.
When cooking, use stainless steel kitchenware, due to the oxalic acid content.
A small pot of Lovage, ideal for potting up or planting into the garden as it can grow to 2m tall.
Leaves and stems have a celery-like taste.
A small pot of peppermint. Ideal for potting up into a larger pot outside or on a windowsill.
Use fresh or dried leaves to make peppermint tea.
Mint will spread if planted out into a garden.
A small pot of rosemary, ideal for potting up into a larger pot for the windowsill or out into the garden.
Leaves are often used to flavour lamb dishes.
A small pot of sage. Ideal for potting up for the windowsill or planting out into the garden.
Young plants ideal for cooking with meat or vegetable dishes, plants over 3 years old can lose their flavour and become very woody.