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Our range of delicious herbs and greens including come in a variety sizes. Our luscious leaves - woodsorrel, swiss chard or red vein sorrel and the like - not only add fresh flavors and vivid green color to food, but have plenty of health benefits.

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Size: 2-3 cm
Colour: Dark green
Flavor: Lemon citrus 
How to Use: Mint and a hint of lemon citrus

More Details: Lemon balm is a lemon-scented herb from the same family as the mint and is a perennial herb. It’s a leafy green with a lemon smell. A handful of fresh lemon balm make an excellent choice for tea, especially mixed with honey. Besides tea, you can use the herb to make lemon balm cookies or break, or even create a lemon balm pesto. 


Size: ~1cm
Colour: Grey green
Flavor: Mild lemon flavour with tart undertones
How to Use: Garnish in most dishes

More Details: Wood Sorrel resembles a clover-like shape and refreshing to eat. The leaves can be added to salads, soups and sauces or even used as seasoning. The leaves are thin and have an incredible sour, lemon taste.


Size: 2~4 cm
Colour: Brilliant green 
Flavor: Peppery flavour similar to watercress & rocket
How to Use: Garnish in most dishes

More Details: More Details: With a peppery taste like watercress and yet slightly sweet, the flat bright green leaves are waxy and soft. They provide many medicinal properties and add a splash of colour and flavour as a garnish for dishes. The leaves contain antibiotics, antioxidant and can aid digestion.


Size: 7-10cm
Colour: Bright green
Flavor: Tender with a similar taste to beet greens & spinach
How to Use: Garnish in most dishes

More Details: More Details: Swiss chard has green leaves and thick talks. Similar to the texture of spinach with a hint of beetroot, they have a stronger and bitter flavour. They are a versatile vegetable with a lot of nutrional benefits including vitamins A, C, E, and K, alongside  with small amounts of fiber, magnesium, iron, and potassium.


Size: 3 cm 
Colour: Red & green
Flavor: Lemon flavour & acidic bite 
How to Use: Garnish in most dishes

More Details: More Details: With bright green leaves with dark red veins, they taste like lettuce and great for salad mixes. The sorrel family is a herb vegetable and usually harvested at early stages to use in dishes. It pairs well with fish and potatoes in soup or gratin

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