Herbs, Vegetables & Fruit

Herbs, Vegetables & Fruit

For the green fingered gurus amongst us who prefer to grow your own, we have an extensive seasonal selection of herbs - between 30-40 different plant varieties.

Our most popular herbs for the London garden are basil, thyme, rosemary, tomatoes, oregano, mint, marjoram, chives and tarragon, parsley, lavender and strawberries.

Our herbs are lovingly grown in the Home Counties by a specialist private family nursery that has almost 150 varieties on their culinary herb list. Prices start from: £4.50.

We look forward to welcoming you to the wonderful world of World's End Nurseries.

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  • OREGANO
    Origanum vulgare is a herbaceous perennial with purple tinged leaves and pinky flowers from Spring to Autumn. A staple in tomatoes sauces and perfect for pizza dishes. Remember to rub it between your fingers before adding to food to release more flavour. Plant position and soil: Likes a sunny spot/partial shade with well drained soil. ..
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  • PARSLEY
    Petroselinum Crispum, parsley is a staple in any kitchen and comes in two varieties: curly or flat. Flat-leaf parsley tends to be a little stronger in flavour. Parsley often appears in many a Mediterranean dishes along with basil and oregano. Parsley can be used as an ingredient as well as decoration on food or as foliage in small jars for visual effect. Plant position and soil: Likes a sunny spot/partial shade with well drained soil. ..
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  • PEPPER CHILLI
    Chilli Pepper plants have wonderfully bright hues and come in varying shapes, shades and flavours from the mild to the super strong that are not for the faint hearted! Originated in the America’s. The first European to encounter them was Columbus. In addition to cooking certain chillies are prized for their medicinal qualities. Plant maintenance: Keep evenly moist. ..
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  • ROSEMARY
    Rosemarinus Officinalis, is an evergreen shrub with small blue flowers appearing in Spring to Summer. Rosemary has a wonderfully strong aroma and goes brilliantly with red meat dishes particularly roast lamb and pork. Although it is also wonderfully in freshly baked breads. Plant position and soil: Likes a sunny spot/partial shade with well drained soil. ..
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  • SAGE
    Salvia officinalis purpurascens, Sage is a perennial with aromatic oblong slightly furry leaves and purple foilage with very attractive light blue blossoms in Summer.  With a strong woody flavour it is a must for meat and poultry dishes. Also used for medicinal and healing properties. Sage derives from "salvare", the Latin meaning to 'heal' or to 'save'. Plant position and soil: Likes a sunny spot or partial shade and moist but well d..
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  • STRAWBERRY PLANT
    Fragaria Ananassa, or Strawberries as they are more commonly known have attractive foliage producing bright red succulent sweet fruits that we all love and adore- nothing signals the arrival of Summer like strawberries and cream! Plant position and soil: Likes a sunny spot or partial shade in fertile well drained soil, fast growing with small white flowers. They are easy to grow and will do so in containers, borders or even your hanging ba..
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  • THYME
    Thymus citriodorus, thyme are evergreen perennials with green and golden yellow small leaves. The leaves are lemon scented are great when cooked with meat and poultry. Thyme retains its flavour when drying better than many other garden herbs. Contains Thymol which has antiseptic properties-it is the active ingredient in various mass produced mouthwashes. Plant position and soil: Likes a full sun with well drained neutral/alkaline chalk..
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  • TOMATOE
    Lycopersicon esculentumThe tomatoe plant produces brightly coloured abundant fruit in the Summer, in a range of differing colours, shapes and sizes. They are easily grown in containers, greenhouses and gardens. Plant position and soil: They like a sun or light shade in but well drained soil. Roots should be kept moist but not allowed to get waterlogged. Misting the flowers with water can help the fruit to set. Price from £6.50 appr..
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