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Plant
Jostaberry Plant
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A jostaberry plant - the jostaberry is a cross between a blackcurrant and gooseberry but is thornless. Grows best in well-drained soil with lots of organic matter in full sun or partial shade. Plant from late autumn to mid-spring 1.5m apart. Prune in winter removing the oldest branches and clipping damaged or low hanging branches. Back to the shop
Lemon Balm Plant (Medium)
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A medium lemon balm plant - a lemony herb in the mint family. Back to the shop
Lemon Balm Plant (small)
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A small lemon balm plant. Back to the shop
Mint Plant
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A mint plant. Back to the shop
Mint Plant (Large)
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A large mint plant. Back to the shop
Rosemary Plant
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A rosemary plant. Back to the shop
Strawberry Plant
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Strawberry Plant Back to the shop
Succulent Plant
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A drought-resistant house plant with thick, fleshy leaves. It grows best indoors in a pot in well-draining compost (the addition of grit or sand can aid drainage) in a bright but dry position. Turn the plant regularly to encourage even growth. Too much full direct summer sun, however, can cause the succulent to scorch and turn yellow. In spring and summer water weekly, allowing excess water to drain away. In winter water less frequently allowing the soil to dry out completely between waterings. Back to the shop
Vietnamese Coriander Plant
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A Vietnamese coriander plant - Persicaria ordata a type of coriander that is slightly more peppery, spicy, and minty especially suitable for stir-fries and curries added near the end of cooking to retain flavour. It prefers a free draining soil in full sun or partial shade and can grow to a height of 2-3 feet. It needs warmth over the winter so can be grown in a greenhouse or in a pot that is moved indoors during colder months. Pinching out the tips will encourage fresh leaf growth. Back to the shop
Winter Savoury Plant
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A winter savoury plant - a woody herb similar to thyme.