Manor Farm Herbs
Manor Farm
Oxfordshire OX27 8DP

Manor Farm Herbs
MANOR FARM HERBS are specialist herb growers
situated in North Oxfordshire.

We supply an immense range of herbs to garden centres, shops, landscapers and stately homes throughout four counties.

Our website is an opportunity for you to buy healthy herbs directly from a professional grower.

Try planting something new this spring!

The first of our new herbs for 2018 are available to buy now, lots more coming soon!

New additions to our annual herb seed collection are ready to grow

Mexican marigolds
Mexican marigolds

Annual herbs grow best when planted from seed directly where they are to grow.

Plant your favourites like coriander and dill and try our new flowering herb seeds to add colour to your herb garden.

Special collections

New culinary collections to try

Are you a fan of Italian or Asian cuisine?

Looking for herbs to grow ready for your summer drinks?

Have a look at our new herb collections — ready for sale now.

Creeping thyme collection

now ready for planting

A comprehensive collection of Creeping Thymes is now ready for you to buy. To find out more about these thymes either click on Special Collections or Tarragon and Thymes.

Lawn of Thymes
Lawn of Thymes
Creeping Savory
Creeping Savory

Creeping thymes like a dry sunny position and are ideal for growing in gravel areas and rockeries, between paving stones and for planting thyme paths and lawns. They withstand walking on and are totally hardy.

Check out our article Prostrate herbs for cracks and crevices, walls and paths for more details.

We have selected a range of thymes with red, pink and white flowers and also a variety of leaf types and colours to give you as wide a choice as possible for planting to suit your garden design.

Lots of our herbs like dry conditions, why not add variety to your creeping thyme planting by adding lawn chamomile and double flowered chamomile for their fragrant foliage. Try adding some creeping savory and Helianthemum 'Ben Ledi' to extend the flowering season and add extra interest and colour to your beds and containers.

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