Edible Plant Seeds

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From fruits and vegetables to herbs and spices—there's no shortage of edible plants you can grow at home. At Zamnesia, we now stock a wide variety of edible plant seeds for hobby gardeners and food farmers. From everyday favourites like Alpine Strawberries to unique cultivars like Dark Opal Basil and Lemon Apple Cucumbers, we consistently stock exciting edible plant varieties for your garden. Browse our selection below, and remember; Zamnesia edible plant seeds are specially selected for quality and maximum germination rates.

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BBQ Herbs Seed Pack - Zammi's Farm

Prepare for BBQ season in the best way possible by growing your very own selection of herbs and plants. Whether you're making side dishes or looking to create rubs, marinades, or sauces, nothing's better than using ingredients you've grown yourself. The BBQ Herbs Seed Pack contains everything you need to make not only the BBQ foods of your dreams, but many other dishes too.

£6.81 £4.09
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Kitchen Herbs Seed Pack - Zammi's Farm

Have a selection of practical and tasty herbs at your disposal with the Kitchen Herbs Seed Pack from Zamnesia. This curated selection of high-quality herbs is perfect for adding to a variety of dishes, and for using as a garnish on your plate too. These herbs are effortless to grow and can be cultivated on a kitchen windowsill for convenient placement when the time comes to use them.

£7.66 £4.60
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Vegetable Seed Pack - Zammi's Farm

This variety pack of vegetable seeds has everything you need to sow a vegetable patch and then harvest a bountiful array of delicious veg! Whether you want to make fresh salads or cook warming stews, there are seeds in this pack to meet all of your needs. Get growing now!

£12.78 £7.67
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Fruit Seed Pack - Zammi's Farm

This variety pack of fruit seeds gives you the opportunity to grow a range of succulent and refreshing fruit in your very own garden. These fruits will keep your palate excited and your body packed with beneficial nutrients! And the plants themselves will decorate your garden with the diverse splendour of a range of fruits from across the world.

£12.78 £7.67
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Mild Heat Pack - Pepper Seeds

If you're looking to enjoy all of the flavours, aromas, and nuances of peppers, but don't want a full-on eye-watering spicy experience, this is the pack for you. This selection of pepper seeds is primed to perform no matter where you grow them, and the fruits produce heat at the lower end of the Scoville scale. Make no mistake, these peppers still bring a little heat—just milder!

£6.81 £4.09
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Intense Burn Pack - Pepper Seeds

This selection of seeds is not for the faint of heart! Featuring five different peppers that rate extremely high on the Scoville scale, these truly are the hottest of the hot. Not only set on providing an eye-wateringly hot (yet flavourful) experience, these seeds are also perfect for cultivating in both indoor and outdoor environments with ease. Get to know these intense peppers.

£10.22 £6.13
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Spicy Variety Pack - Pepper Seeds

This mixed pack of pepper seeds will give you a range of chillies from mild all the way to scorching hot! Plant them in spring or early summer, and by the time autumn comes around, you'll have peppers suitable for all sorts of meals and sauces. Whether you want to add some rich sweetness to a dish or make it hellishly spicy, this pack of pepper seeds has got you covered!

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Anise (Pimpinella anisum) Seeds

Anise is best sown in early–mid spring in a sunny but sheltered spot. Germination can take between 3–4 weeks, but may be sped up by soaking seeds in water for a few days prior to planting. Pimpinella anisum hates cold and wet conditions, and likes well-draining, slightly acidic soil. Anise seeds can be harvested in late summer/early autumn and used in a variety of sweet and savoury dishes.

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Cinnamon Basil (Ocimum basilicum) Seeds

Otherwise known as Mexican spice basil, cinnamon basil has a flavour reminiscent of its namesake, and is perfect for use in both sweet and savoury dishes. However, before that, you'll need to grow it! Cinnamon basil requires full sun and well-draining soil to perform at its best. It can reach over 1m in height, so start plants inside in the spring and let them flourish outside in the...

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Chives 'Medium Fine' (Allium schoenoprasum)

Chives are best started indoors and brought outside in spring after the last frost, once they are about 4" (10cm) tall. They thrive in half-shade and like fertile, well-draining soil with plenty of organic matter. Make sure to keep the soil moist (especially during long dry spells in summer) and harvest fresh leaves regularly to encourage new growth. Ideal for seasoning various savoury...

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Summer Savory (Satureja hortensis)

Summer savory (Satureja hortensis) belongs to the mint family and is a close relative of thyme and rosemary. It grows well in light, loamy soil with good drainage and plenty of sunlight. Leaves can be harvested as soon as plants reach 12.5–15cm tall, and are best consumed before the plants flower for a sweeter flavour. Summer savory makes a great seasoning for dressings, sauces, stews, and...

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Mugwort (Artemisa vulgaris) Seeds

Artemisa vulgaris likes warm, sunny spots with well-draining, dry soil. Mugwort is a hardy, drought-tolerant plant that grows well in slightly shaded areas and in both acidic and slightly alkaline soil. Mugwort seeds are best germinated in a propagator or outdoors in spring after the risk of frost passes. Fresh mugwort can be used to season stocks, broth, and game, and as a herbal tonic.

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Russian Tarragon (Artemisia dracunculus) Seeds

Tarragon (Artemisia dracunculus) has been cultivated for culinary purposes since at least 500 BCE. This hardy perennial plant likes growing in full sun and fertile, well-draining soil (though it can grow fine even in sandy/loamy soil). Germinate tarragon in spring, and space plants appropriately to accommodate their fast-growing roots. Ideal for adding to salads, marinades, condiments, and...

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Norwegian Angelica (Angelica archangelica) Seeds

Norwegian angelica is a plant that originates from the Scandinavian region of Northern Europe. Producing edible stems that are similar to celery, it has plenty of uses in cooking, and the roots can even be used in gin distillation. Norwegian angelica requires consistently moist soil to flourish. Plant in spring, and it'll be ready to harvest come autumn.

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Hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis) Seeds

Hyssop, or Hyssopus officinalis, is part of the mint family and traditionally found in southern Europe and the Middle East. This shrub is quick to grow and needs to be sown in moist soil under full sun in the early summer months of June onward. With harvests as early as August, the flowers and leaves of this plant have a range of culinary and holistic uses worth exploring.

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Cumin (Cuminum cyminum) Seeds

Cumin needs long, hot seasons to produce seeds to propagate and use in cooking. Start your seedlings off early (4 weeks before the last frost), and bring them outside once temperatures sit above 15°C. Grow your plants in full sun and water sparingly. They'll begin flowering in mid-summer and be harvest-ready after roughly 120 days. Use dried cumin seeds to season meats, stews, curries, and...

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Lovage (Levisticum officinale) Seeds

Lovage seeds are best germinated indoors during spring, then brought outside once they have developed 2 sets of leaves and the last frost has passed. Transplant seedlings into fertile, deep, well-draining soil in full sun. Where possible, keep the soil slightly acidic (roughly 6.5 pH) and partly sandy/loamy with plenty of organic matter. Cook lovage leaves/roots or eat them raw in salads.

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Marjoram (Majorana hortensis) Seeds

Majorana hortensis, or sweet marjoram, loves sunlight just as much as oregano, its closely related cousin. Start marjoram seeds in a propagator or directly outdoors in spring (after the last frost). Marjoram also likes loose, well-draining, and moist soil, though established plants are fairly drought-tolerant. Marjoram is a great seasoning for pork, poultry, and a variety of vegetables.

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Oregano (Origanum vulgare) Seeds

Grow oregano in well-draining pots or planters in full sun. Oregano plants suffer in moist soil, so water them only when their soil has dried out, and plant them in a light soil mix. Shelter oregano plants during long wet spells, and harvest fresh leaves regularly to encourage new growth. Use liberally in Mediterranean and Latin American cuisine for an intense, earthy, and warm flavour.

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Salad Burnet (Sanguisorba minor) Seeds

Salad burnet thrives in well-draining soil and is a hardy and robust plant whose leaves will be ready to harvest in late summer. Provide ample light, warmth, and water, and it'll reach heights of around 60cm. A plant favoured by such figures as Francis Bacon and Thomas Jefferson, it has a flavour that's perfect for sauces, dressings, and even summer drinks.

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Sage (Salvia officinalis) Seeds

Germinate sage in late fall/early spring in an indoor propagator. Bring seedlings outside after the last frost, once they've developed their first set of true leaves. Plant in pots or garden beds in a sunny spot with well-draining soil. Regularly cut back plants and harvest their fresh leaves (which have the best taste) to encourage new growth. Use sage in cooking or to make herbal teas.

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German Winter Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) Seeds

A perennial plant originating from the Mediterranean, German winter thyme, also known as Thymus vulgaris, requires full sun to really flourish. This is a bushy plant that can become a mainstay in your garden for many years under the proper care. Planting in loamy, well-draining soil is the key to success here. Once ready, the herb is ideal for culinary use in a similar way to oregano and...

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Fennel 'Fino' (Foeniculum vulgare) Seeds

With its unique flavour and aroma, fennel has been a prized vegetable since the days of ancient Greece. Sow in the early spring months, and let the plant flourish until late September before harvesting. Plenty of room is required, as fennel can reach heights of around 2m. Once ready to harvest, fennel root and fronds can be put to versatile use in the kitchen.

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Rue (Ruta graveolens) Seeds

Ruta graveolens, or simply rue, is very hardy and can tolerate poor soil fertility and droughts. Plant established rue specimens in full sun and water sparingly, especially in dense soils. Use mulch to insulate rue plants during winter, and cut back plants entirely to their old wood in spring to encourage new growth. While previously used in various cuisines, rue is best grown as an...

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