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  1. Caring for salvia

    Caring for salvia
    With its heat and drought tolerance and ease of growing, salvia is a plant family riding a wave of popularity in gardens. Salvias are small, shrubby perennials that range in height from around 30cm high up to more than 2-3m, but most grow to a manageable 1m high and wide. They suffer few pests or diseases and are easy to...
  2. Our must-grow Elite Herbs for home chefs

    Our must-grow Elite Herbs for home chefs
    With the rise and rise of television cooking shows, plus the societal movement toward a greener, more sustainable world, there's never been a trendier time to ditch the takeaway and become a home chef. But how can you ensure you're cooking with the freshest produce? The best way is to grow your own, and the simplest way to start is...
  3. Top 10 edibles to grow on your balcony

    Top 10 edibles to grow on your balcony
    Living in an apartment or small home without space for a garden doesn’t mean growing your own food isn’t possible. Most plants, including edibles, can grow happily in a pot on a balcony or in a courtyard. Pots can be placed on hard surfaces or suspended from railings or walls. If there’s a little more space, grow a few vegetables...
  4. Mojito Mint Recipe

    Mojito Mint Recipe
    Warm spring days call for a refreshing afternoon cocktail and with our new Mojito Mint plant in-store, we're craving fresh mojitos! Serves 1 12 large fresh mint leaves 125ml soda water or lemonade 2 tablespoons of castor sugar 1/2 a lime cut into 4 wedges Cubed or crushed ice 45ml of your favourite white rum (optional) Sprig of fresh mint...
  5. Homemade Mint Sauce

    Homemade Mint Sauce
    Make this scrumptious Homemade Mint Sauce with just-picked Cucina Pronto herbs.
  6. Tabbouleh

    Tabbouleh
    Make this scrumptious Tabouleh with just-picked Cucina Pronto herbs.

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