Herb Guide

Basil is a popular herb with more than 16 different varieties.
Chives are a close relative to onion, garlic, leeks and scallions.
Each section of the coriander plant offers a different flavour.
The dill plant is majestic in appearance and has a beautiful aroma.
Lemongrass give Asian dishes a subtle citrus flavour.
There are 20 different species of mint and hundreds of varieties.
Oregano is sometimes referred to as wild marjoram.
Parsley has a light and fresh grassy green flavour
Rosemary has a slightly minty, sage-like, peppery, balsamic taste with a bitter, woody aftertaste
Thyme has a piney and peppery taste with bitter, slightly lemony and minty notes.
The family of chilli peppers comes in an amazing variety of colours and flavours.
Garlic is one of the most popular of the herbs and spices for many reasons.
The ginger root is used as a culinary spice.
The root is the most common part of horseradish.
St. John's wort is high in amino acids and is used as a treatment for depression.