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Chervil - Medbury Gardens

Chervil - Medbury Gardens

Details  Chervil herb is like parsley, with a subtle flavor enhanced by a hint of anise, widely used in French dishesBotanical name  Anthriscus cerefoliumPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  50 seeds
Corn Salad - Medbury Gardens

Corn Salad - Medbury Gardens

Details  Winter hardly edible leaf vegetable with a characteristic nutty flavor, dark green color, and soft texture, popularly served as salad greens.Botanical name  Valerianella locustaPrice per packet  $3.00Packet contents  50 seeds
Epazote -  Medbury Gardens

Epazote - Medbury Gardens

Details  An annual culinary herb traditionally used in Mexican quesadillas. Also known as Mexican tea and wormseed due to its anti helmintic properties. Tastes like a very strong tarragon. Seed available again Feb 2017

Botanical name  Chenopodium ambrosioidesPrice per packet  $3.00Packet contents  200 seeds
Evening Primrose - Nev& Sue Sincleir

Evening Primrose - Nev& Sue Sincleir

Details  Native to North America, the herb is now commonly found in many temperate zones around the world, thriving in open dry areas, the roots can be eaten and oil can be extracted from the seeds which are rich in Gamma-Linolenic Acid (GLA), an omega-6 fatty acid. Omega-6 oils are one of the two "good" fats essential for health.
Evening-primrose oil is being studied as a supplement for those who don't get enough omega-6 fat from their diet and also is showing some  promising results in reducing nerve damage caused by diabetes.
Botanical name  Oenothera biennisPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  50 seeds
Meadowfoam

Meadowfoam

Details  A feathery green plant 20-40cm tall that flowers in the spring producing a mass of white-yellow flowers somewhat resembling poached eggs, resulting in the plant being called the poached egg plant.  The bees love it, and it vigourously self-seeds, spreading out to fill a garden bed.  Will die off in the summer, and then the dropped seeds will sprout around autumn producing the feathery green plants, and they'll cover the ground over the winter producing flowers again in the spring.Botanical name  Limnanthes albaPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  40
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Tomatillo

Tomatillo

Details  Produces a green stalked and leafed plant around a meter tall eventually covered with an abundance of green tomato-like fruit covered in a green papery husk.  Pick when husk is filled out.  Can be eaten raw, once the poisonous husk is removed, either as a fruit in hand or blended in a food processor with coriander and a few other ingredients to make a light and refreshing tasting salsa verde.  Or roasted in the oven, and then  blended and boiled until it thickens (with stock, and other ingredients) and used as a tart but flavourful sauce for meats like chicken.  When tomatoes are blighted, the tomatillos will look fine.  Plants will fall over under the weight of fruit and are best grown surrounded by a low method of support if you prefer they don't lay on your paths or lawn.Botanical name  Physalis philadelphicaPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  30 seeds
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