Parsley originates from Southern Europe. It is probably our most common herb and has its origins in southern Mediterranean.
An essential Herb for cooking, especially in making stock, it goes delightfully with all vegetables, with fish or in stuffings.
Rosemary is excellent with chicken, lamb and game, it also blends well with garlic and wine to produce a very good marinade.
Mixed Herbs originates from different areas. It is made up of Oregano, Marjoram, Parsley and Thyme.
Basil is a delicate annual herb which is aromatic and used as flavouring.
Oregano originates from Central Asia & Mediterranean Europe, and is one of the oldest herbs in use today.
Sage originates from the Mediterranean and Croatia, it has a strong flavour.
From the laurel family, the bay leaf has many uses both in cooking and medicine where it can be used to rub in to rheumatic joints.