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Laurus nobilis

Laurus nobilis is well known for its bay leaves which are commonly used to flavour curries, soups and stews. The glossy, leathery leaves remain aromatic all year round when growing on the handsome Bay Laurel tree and they can also be dried for easy storage in the…  More Info

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Creeping Fragrant Phlox Collection

…keep weeds at bay. This variety is evergreen, with a height of no more than 15-25cm. Each plant can spread up to 45cm across and will form spreading mats of mid-green leaves which, from April to June, are smothered with flowers. This hardy rockery plant has many uses -…  More Info

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Campanula pyramidalis (Mixed)

…slender spikes of blooms reach skywards, in shades of blue and white. Plant in containers either side of your front door for a colourful box or bay tree substitute! Culinary note: The flowers can be used as garnishes but are also dried and then cooked in Asian cuisine…  More Info

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