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Marsh Samphire
Samphire was named after the patron saint of fishermen. Originally known as "sampiere", a shortened version of "Saint Pierre", or Saint Peter.  Samphire is a succulent halophyte (salt tolerant) plant. The term halophyte derives from ancient Greek 'Halas' meaning salt...
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Biodegradable packaging.
Your entire September box is compostable, except for the freeze pack - which is recyclable. You can also return the freeze packs in the post to us which we will disinfect and re-use the following month. Please e-mail for postal address. We are...
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Babington Leek Flower Heads
Get back to the food of your ancestors! This wild alternative to cultivated garlic, onions and leeks is as delicious as it is beautiful. It not only adorns your dishes to make them look absolutely incredible, it also packs a...
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Deanna's Fresh Herb Mix
Getting up at the crack of dawn, in the rain, Deanna gathered together a collection of beautiful and fragrant herbs, including mint, fennel, coriander flowers and other gems from her wild meadow and herb garden. This mix can be made into...
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Lemon Balm
Melissa officinalis Lemon Balm is a heavenly, yet versatile herb, with a floral and lemony flavour.  For best effect, add this raw to salads, or boil gently for a few minutes to make a tea. Can be added to smoothies to boost...
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