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.
New Herbs for 2017
Try planting up colourful versions of common green herbs — great colour in your garden and lots of flavour for the kitchen.
Purple sage — just as useful as the green variety
but with deep purple foliage — contrasts well planted with tall and airy Bronze Fennel plants.
The cream and green leaves of Oregano Country Cream and
Gold Curly Marjoram — stunning foliage and
a great taste in your cooking.
Add colour to your containers and borders with Thyme Silver Posie and
Thyme lemon variegated — silver and gold variegations and just as useful as common thyme.
Red veined Sorrel — worth growing just for its foliage but a tasty addition to your salads as well.
Fill a gap instantly with our brightly flowering Cowslips or
add a splash of golden colour with Cotton Lavender Lemon Fizz
Get sowing for summer cooking, choose some seeds from our annual herb seed range and have a colourful and great tasting summer!
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
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.
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