Herb Seed Varieties

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Herbs add lots of delicious flavour to our food. Growing your own herbs at home means that you’re providing yourself with fresh, organic produce – totally free! They also smell wonderful and add some greenery and colour to kitchens, window boxes or a corner of the garden.

Read more about our most popular herb seed varieties. If you don’t see your required herb seed listed, do contact us and we’ll do our best to supply it.

We stock a wide range of herb seeds. Our most popular varieties are:

  • Basil
  • Chives
  • Herb Mix
  • Mint
  • Parsley

All of our seeds have preferred planting times for outdoors, but we have selected seeds that can be planted indoors (whatever time of year it is). As long as it is in a bright warm spot it can start to grow and be transplanted outdoors in springtime or kept as a house plant.

More information on the benefits of each herb, and which products the seeds are available with, can be found below.

The Benefits of Herbs

Fresh herbs pack a flavourful punch so growing fresh herbs at home will save dedicated cooks both time and money as they no longer need to shop for them!

Growing herbs is a great introduction to start learning about how to grow your own food at home. Start small with just a pot and some seeds as a gentle introduction to growing your own for those with little gardening experience. Once you’ve mastered the herbs, move up to growing your own fruit and vegetables.

We’ve selected a classic selection of herb seeds that can be used in so many everyday recipes. Give your customers some ideas by providing them with some recipes to inspire them to get cooking.

Read on for inspiration on how to use herb seeds in different types of promotional campaigns

The Benefits of Mixed Herbs

  1. Grow commonly used herbs together in a pot or garden so they are available any time that you need them.
  2. Mixed herbs can be used in a wide range of recipes and will bring beautiful smells to your kitchen.
  3. Fresh herbs are a powerhouse of nutrients and minerals.  Add them to salads, soups and all kinds of cookery to improve health.
  4. Herb gardens attract pollinating insects making them an excellent choice for the environment.
  5. Growing herbs at home are more sustainable than buying them from the supermarket.  Reduce food waste, single-use plastic, and transport emissions by growing your own.

Seed Giveaways With Mixed Herbs

  • Seedball: Mixed Herbs contain basil, sweet marjoram, chives, dill and parsley
  1. Seedsticks: Herb Mix contains parsley, chives and basil

The Benefits of Basil and Basil Seeds

  1. An essential part of Italian cooking – use in salads, pasta sauces or make home-made pesto
  2. Basil leaves are very nutritious – containing Vitamins K, B and C. Also contain iron, folate and magnesium.
  3. Soaked basil seeds can be used as a vegan alternative to eggs
  4. High-fibre seeds can be added to smoothies, porridge, soup, salads and baked goods.
  5. Full of antioxidants and essential oils with anti-inflammatory properties.

Seed Giveaways Containing Basil Seeds

The Benefits of Mint

  • Fresh or dried leaves can be brewed for a refreshing hot tea.
  • The menthol essential oils are great for relieving for cold symptoms and easing a blocked nose.
  • Eases indigestion and minor stomach problems
  • Chew leaves for natural, fresh-smelling breath
  • As with most fresh herbs, it’s full of nutrients, vitamin A and minerals.

Seed Giveaways with Mint Seed

The Benefits of Parsley

  1. Natural breath freshener – chew raw parsley to get rid of the smell of garlic.
  2. Full of Vitamin K making it wonderful for bone health.
  3. Throw it in green smoothies for an anti-aging boost. The high vitamin C content helps with the production of collagen.
  4. Could help with bladder health and prevent/treat UTIs.
  5. Can be used in a wide range of recipes from middle eastern food,  fish dishes to garnishes.

Seed Giveaways With Parsley Seeds

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