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A specialist family run herb farm in the UK

Culinary & Medicinal Herbs

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A specialist family run herb farm in the UK

Culinary & Medicinal Herbs

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A specialist family run herb farm in the UK

Culinary & Medicinal Herbs

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A specialist family run herb farm in the UK

Culinary & Medicinal Herbs

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A specialist family run herb farm in the UK

Culinary & Medicinal Herbs

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Cultivating flavour

Jekka’s is home to the largest collection of culinary herbs in the UK, it is not only a wonderful resource for plant identification but also a gastronomic delight for anyone interested in good food. Jekka's herbetum contains over 400 culinary herbs carefully planted in raised beds on Jekka's herb farm, enabling visitors to walk amongst them.

Family business

Jekka's was first established in 1985 in the family’s back garden of a semi detached in central Bristol. It has grown from Jekka’s passion for herbs and food, health and wellbeing.

Passion for herbs

Jekka’s herbetum has been described as a living book of herbs and has matured and grown into an inspiring resource for gardeners, garden designers, chefs, cooks, schools and herbalists.

Environmentally conscious

For the past 30 years all the herbs grown at Jekka’s have been raised using organic and sustainable principles resulting in a remarkable biodiversity at the herb farm.

Jekka's How to Grow Seeds

A series of educational videos helping you to Sow It. Grow It. Eat It. with Jekka's.

Made in collaboration with Candide. Watch them here or click the link to watch 'How to Grow Seeds'

Jekka's Herb Seeds

Achillea millefolium

£2.00

Yarrow, Woundwort, Milfoil

Agastache rugosa

£2.25

Korean Mint, Huo Xiang

Allium fistulosum

£2.00

Welsh Onion, Japanese Leek

Allium schoenoprasum

£2.00

Chives

Allium tuberosum

£2.00

Garlic Chives, Chinese Chives

Althaea officinalis

£2.00

Marsh-Mallow

Ammi majus

£2.75

Bishops flower

Anethum graveolens

£2.00

Dill

Angelica archangelica

£2.00

Angelica

Anthemis tinctoria

£2.00

Dyers Chamomile, Golden Marguerite

Anthriscus cerefolium

£2.00

Chervil

Apium graveolens

£2.00

Celery Leaf, Wild Celery

Arnica chamissonis Less.

£2.50

North American Arnica, Mountain Tobacco

Artemisia absinthium

£2.25

Wormwood

Beta vulgaris 'Bulls Blood’

£2.00

Bulls Blood Beetroot

Beta vulgaris 'Ruby Chard'

£2.00

Rhubarb Chard

Borago officinalis

£2.00

Borage

Borago officinalis 'Alba'

£2.00

White Borage

Brassica juncea 'Golden Streaks’

£2.25

Golden Mustard

Brassica juncea 'Red Frills'

£2.00

Red Frills Mustard

Brassica juncea 'Rubra'

£2.25

Red Mustard

Brassica rapa var. purpurea

£2.00

Purple Flowering Choy Sum

Calamintha nepeta

£2.00

Lesser Calamint

Calendula officinalis

£2.00

Pot Marigold

Calendula officinalis Fiesta Gitana Group

£2.25

Marigold Fiesta Gitana

Carum carvi

£2.00

Caraway

Centaurea cyanus

£2.00

Cornflower

Centranthus ruber

£2.25

Red Valerian

Chamaemelum nobile

£2.00

Chamomile, Roman Chamomile

Chenopodium bonus-henricus

£2.00

Good King Henry

Chenopodium giganteum

£2.00

Tree Spinach, Giant Goosefoot

Chrysanthemum coronarium

£2.00

Chopsuey Green, Flavon

Cichorium intybus

£2.00

Chicory, Succory

Claytonia perfoliata

£2.00

Winter Purslane, Miner's Lettuce

Coriandrum sativum

£2.00

Coriander

Crambe maritima

£3.00

Sea Kale

Cryptotaenia japonica

£2.00

Japanese Parsley, Mitsuba

Cynara cardunculus

£2.00

Cardoon

Dianthus deltoides AGM

£2.25

Maiden Pink

Digitalis purpurea

£2.00

Foxglove, Fairy Gloves

Diplotaxis muralis

£2.00

Wild Rocket

Dipsacus fullonum

£2.00

Fullers Teasel

Echinacea angustifolia

£2.75

Black Sampson, Narrow Leafed Echinacea

Echinacea pallida

£2.75

Echinacea (Coneflower)

Echinacea purpurea

£2.75

Echinacea, Purple Coneflower

From our friends

Jekka has done so much to promote the value and varied uses of herbs and we owe her a huge debt for all her work - not least in showing people what can be achieved by gardening without chemicals.

Alan Titchmarsh

Fewer young people have been taking an interest in horticulture, and the greater majority of farming methods are fighting a losing battle against nature, as opposed to working with it like Jekka and Mac have done for the last quarter of a century. Myself, my family, and everyone in the restaurants and charity send all our love to everyone at Jekka's Herb Farm.

Jamie Oliver

Jekka's show stands at Chelsea and Hampton Court have always stood out. I wasn't the first and won't be the last to be inspired by her incredible passion for herbs and her wealth of knowledge.

Cleve West

Find us at

Bath Christmas Market

28th November - 15th December 2019

Chalet Number: 130, Milsom Street

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