Herbs

On this page you’ll find all the information you need to grow herbs, whether out in the garden or indoors on a windowsill. Don’t know where to start? Check out our ten best perennial herbs for year after year of fragrant harvests. And if you want something quick and easy to grow in the kitchen, read our popular guide on how to grow basil from seed.

Once you’ve decided what you want to grow, head over to our wide range of herb seeds where you’ll find traditional favourites as well as pretty flowering varieties like borage and feverfew. And if you prefer to buy garden-ready herb plants, we have plenty of fragrant options to fill your window boxes, hanging baskets, containers, raised beds and vegetable patches.

This comprehensive guide to growing herbs is perfect for beginners. Learn how to care for a range of annual, biennial and perennial plants, both indoors and out.

See our pick of the best hardy perennial herbs here. Find out which savoury and sweet herbs you can plant once and enjoy harvesting for many years to come.

Blogger Carol Bartlett shares advice for creating a culinary herb bed. You can even grow herbs in shady parts of the garden, as long as you know which ones to choose.

Find out how to turn wine bottles into a windowsill herb garden in this clever little upcycling article. Ideal for those who don’t have much outdoor space.

Remember to trim your herb plants back each spring to encourage a healthy flush of new growth! For more essential tips, read the article now.

Don’t buy expensive supermarket herbs. Watch our comprehensive video tutorial to learn how to grow your own fresh basil from seed.

Did you know there’s a basil specially bred for making pesto and a Thai variety with a spicy liquorice flavour perfect for spicy curries and soups? Find out more here.

Don’t let rosemary get leggy and out of control. Here’s our easy guide to pruning rosemary bushes to keep them looking healthy and attractive.

Find out how to germinate and grow parsley from seed here. Spoiler alert - patience is key. Rich in both iron and carotene, the flowers look great in garden borders too!

Have you ever thought of growing mint in a hanging basket? Learn how to propagate and care for your mint and discover some unusual varieties to try.

Order our garden-ready herb plants to save time, space and create an instant herb garden. Ideal for containers or to plant in the ground.

Browse through our range of culinary and ornamental herb seeds here. Find fennel, coriander, chives and more for a cost-effective way to add flavour to your food.

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