We grow not only fresh cut herbs, but also pot herbs. We are one of the few growers with knowledge of both segments. View our assortment below
A pronounced Italian kitchen herb, with a spicy taste and a sweet aroma.
Celery is a garden herb that looks like parsley, but with a much stronger taste.
The taste of chervil is often compared to the typical taste of anise.
Chives are an ideal and very strong vegetable garden plant that belongs in the regular herb garden.
A one year strong scented herb originating from the Middle East and the Middle Sea.
Parsley is a popular culinary herb. Curl parsley is a species that has been grown on the properties of the curly leaf.
A charming herb with lots of fine leaves and a fragile appearance, which always stands out in the food and fresh, of course, is the tastiest.
The flat parsley is suitable as an ingredient in many different recipes and the varieties of the coarse type have a somewhat spicy taste.
Laurel is a woody bushy bush that always stays green and contains both male and female flowers.
Lavas is a plant native to the fencing family and is also known under the name maggiplant.
Lemon balm is a herb that has enjoyed a certain popularity since ancient times.
A surprising seasoning that not only smells like lemon, but also tastes fresher compared to other types of thyme.
Marjoram has an intense aroma, reminiscent of thyme, but softer in taste and sweeter.
There are many different kinds of mint, such as apple mint, chocolate mint and pineapple mint.
Oregano is a herb that is widely used in the Italian cuisine in the preparation of pizzas and pastas.
Rosemary is a woody crop that can be found in origin along the Mediterranean Sea.
Sage originates from the countries around the Mediterranean Sea and in the Balkans, but is currently being cultivated in several places.
Sorrel is a typical spring plant. The taste of sorrel is also reminiscent of spinach.
The taste of tarragon is striking and is described as a bitter, peppery aniseed flavor
Tends to the green basil, slightly to the taste of tarragon and anise.
Thyme we know as a versatile kitchen herb.
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