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Herbs

Fresh herbs are now such an important ingredient in our cooking, where would we and our master chefs be without them?   We sell a good range of culinary herbs. If you are short of space, why not try one of our herb planters or hanging baskets – you could order one to suit your exact size and contents. So good to add fresh herbs to the BBQ!

Readers of Alys Fowler in The Guardian will be pleased to see we have Leaf Celery included.

We grow the majority of popular herbs and to see the list of herbs that we have in stock at the beginning of the season, please see the list below; this does not, however, guarantee availability. Conversely, there will be additions to our list during the year, so if you are looking for something particular, do ask – we might be able to help. Call us on 01225 862 392 or email us.

Location: We keep a wide selection of herbs, both perennial and annual in season. They are on the benches immediately on your right in the main glasshouse.

Downside Nurseries Herbs List as at March 2022
Please remember that the list below is correct as at March 2022, but not all of these plants may be available on the day of your visit

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Aloe aristata
Aloe vera
Basil Cinnamon
Basil Lemon
Basil Red Ruffles
Basil Sweet
Basil Thai
Bay
Borage Blue
Borage Whie
Celery Leaf
Chamomile Double
Chervil
Chives
Chives Garlic
Coriander
Dill Fernleaf
Echinacea pallida
Fennel Bronze
Hyssop
Lemon Balm
Lemon Verbena
Lovage
Marigold Pot
Marjoram
Mint Apple
Mint Apple
Mint Basil
Mint Moroccan
Oregano
Parsley Curly Leaf
Parsley Flat Leaf
Rocket
Rosemary officionalis*
Rosemary Ginger scented
Rosemary Green Ginger
Rosemary Prostrata
Rosemary Severn Sea
Rosemary Sunkissed
Sage Broadleaf
Sage Icterina
Sage Purple
Sage Tri-Colour
Sorrell Broad leaved
Sweet Cicely
Sweet Woodruff
Tarragon French
Thyme Archer’s Gold
Thyme English
Thyme Silver Posy
Thyme creeping Albus
Thyme creeping coccineus
Thyme creeping Lemon
Thyme creeping Pink Chintz
Watercress
Welsh onions
Wild Strawberry
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