Five tasty varieties for garden or container growing.
Take a look at our award-winning (winner of Best Consumer Packaging Award at GIMA) new collection, containing five carefully selected, easy to grow varieties. Sweet Basil - The true Italian Basil. Grow as half hardy annual - sow under cover. Aromatic leaves for soups, stews and salads. Sow mid February-mid June. Plant out mid May-June. Harvest mid June-October; Dill - Leaves - for fish and salad dishes. Seeds- for bread and cakes. Dill tea is used for stomach upsets and is used in gripe water. Sow March-May. Harvest July-October; Marjoram - Sweet or 'Knotted' - For soups, meat and fish dishes. Grow as half hardy annual - sow under cover. Marjoram aids digestion. Sow March-May. Plant out June. Harvest August-October; Sage - For duck, veal or pork dishes. Hardy perennial - grows year after year. Aids digestion of fatty foods. Sow mid February-May. Plant out May-mid June. Harvest June-October; Thyme - Common - For fish, poultry dishes, soups and stews. Hardy perennial - grows year after year. Aids digestion of fatty foods. Sow April-mid June. Harvest July-December.
CULTURE: Full growing instructions inside.
HINTS: While you're waiting for your herbs to grow, you can buy the spices today on the Kitchen Guru website!
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Information about Suttons
Established in 1806, the Suttons brand has consistently led the way in supplying the very best flower and vegetable varieties of the highest quality. As a subsidiary company of Vilmorin Clause & Cie, the largest packet seed group in the world, Suttons remains one of the UK?s market leaders. The Suttons brand became hugely successful internationally during the 19th and 20th centuries.