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Marsh Woundworth Rhizomes

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Beautiful and vigorous Irish wild flower with edible rhizome roots of a starchy nutty flavour similar to Chinese artichokes raw or cooked. Excellent forage source for bees and other pollinators. As it’s name suggests in times gone by, marsh woundwort was used to clot the flow of blood. It belongs to the mint family, hence […]

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Mullein Seeds – Great & Olympic

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Great Mullein is not only nice to look at, it is versatile! Also known as cowboys toilet paper because it’s leaves are super soft due to thousands of hairs covering them to stop it from drying out. We like planting Mullein in borders around production garden beds to protect our crops by attracting beneficial insects. […]

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Yarrow Plants – 2 Types

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Yarrow is a perennial flowering that grows wild in Ireland and it comes in many colours. It’s leaves are edible and make for a great addition for salads and it’s flowers attract beneficial insects to the garden such as pollinators and predatory insects that keep pests in check. One of it’s common names is ‘soldier’s […]