Sow the seeds 5mm deep in trays of moist compost. Be careful not to over-water. Store in a warm place at an approx temperature of 13-16C (55-60F), an airing cupboard is an ideal location. Ensure that the compost is moist at all times
When the seedlings are strong enough to handle, they can be transplanted into bigger pots or trays. Be careful when easing the roots out as they can be easily damaged. Don't overcrowd the plants. Keep the pots in a warm, light position and turn regularly. Once all chance of frost has passed, the herbs can be transplanted into growing beds or patio tubs outside, although if you prefer you can continue growing the herbs inside. For a winter supply, bring the pots indoors.
Chives: March - May
Sweet Basil: May - June
Coriander: April - June
Parsley Moss Curled: March - July
Sow seeds 0.5cm deep direct in flowering location, thin as necessary. Keep moist and weed free. Pick fresh herbs when required
Parsley Moss Curled
Probably the most popular herb used for garnishing and seasoning. A decorative plant which is ideal in sauces, fish and egg dishes
This is one of the most popular herbs and is extremely easy to grow. The leaves have a tasty, mild flavour which are great in omelettes, soups, salads and cheese dishes. The pink decorative flowers are also edible
A favourite herb with gardeners and cooks everywhere. Basil produces a wonderful aroma and the leaves are best used in tomato and pasta dishes. Also great in salads and soups
An indispensable herb for Indian and Mediterranean dishes, its highly fragrant mild citrus aroma is best used to flavour meats, vegetables and fish. This herb can also be used as a substitute for Parsley
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