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I’d just like to say how delighted I was with the 10 Lobelia Queen Victoria plants I bought. My experiences of buying plants through mail-order companies has been regrettable! After each experience I vowed never to do it again... - but where needs must I took another chance and I'm so glad I did! Because I was only paying £12.00 (plus delivery) for 10 plants, I have to say that I wasn’t exactly expecting a great deal in the way of quality... but how wrong was I! I could not believe how healthy and well established the plants were! Many thanks, Pete
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I’d just like to say how delighted I was with the 10 Lobelia Queen Victoria plants I bought. My experiences of buying plants through mail-order companies has been regrettable! After each experience I vowed never to do it again... - but where needs must I took another chance and I'm so glad I did! Because I was only paying £12.00 (plus delivery) for 10 plants, I have to say that I wasn’t exactly expecting a great deal in the way of quality... but how wrong was I! I could not believe how healthy and well established the plants were! Many thanks, Pete
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    Pickled Samphire Recipe

    Ingredients

    • Samphire
    • Salt
    • Vinegar

    Method

    • Gather the young green Samphire at the end of July before it flowers.
    • Break stems into two.
    • Lay on a dish and sprinkle with dry salt.
    • Leave for 24 hours.
    • Drain, then cook gently until tender in enough vinegar to just cover it, but don't allow it to get soft. Plain white vinegar is best for this as the Samphire has its own spicy flavour.
    • Seal down securely in hot jars.

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    Samphire Plant

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    Much easier to grow than you might think, and absolutely delicious! Samphire is a great accompaniment to fish dishes, and much in demand in many gourmet restaurants as a garnish.
    Available from approximately June 2019
    Supplied as a pot-grown plant.

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    Samphire Seed

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    Easy to sow, grow, harvest and eat. Marsh Samphire will self-seed every year. Simply water with a saline solution that you can make at home.
    Available from approximately late October / early November 2019
    Supplied as a packet of approximately 50 seeds.

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    Samphire Plant


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    Samphire Seed