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Established in 1985 by Chris Seagon in Suffolk, Laurel Farm Herbs and Edibles is now one of the leading culinary herb and edible plant nurseries in the UK. Having relocated to Whiddon Down on the very edge of the Dartmoor National Park at the end of 2013 Chris and Jenny Seagon are producing and selling quality plants to the retail trade via mail order, personal callers, farmers markets , food fairs and plant fairs around the country.
All our plants are grown cold and no chemicals are used in any shape or form and we try to use as little peat as possible. The plants are all home produced and are well established and have a good rootstock before becoming available for you to purchase.
Chris and Jenny take a huge pride in the quality of the plants they offer for sale and insist on setting high standards of cultivation and despatch via mail order. You can count on good sized mature plants in larger pots than most other nurseries, which are despatched in strong cases. All Laurel Farm Herbs plant will arrive in good condition with good growth and good rootstock ready to be planted.
Laurel Farm Herbs and Edibles is located at the highest point of the A30 at Whiddon Down just 7 miles from Okehampton and 22 miles from Exeter. Easily accessible from the A30 a visit to Laurel Farm Herbs and Edibles will give you a chance to chat with Chris and take advantage of his extensive knowledge of herbs and other edible plants. Chris really is a mine of fascinating information about the plants that he and Jenny produce. Why not pop along and have a chat and perhaps a little nibble or two before buying!
The Laurel Farm Herbs and Edibles plant catalogue is online so you can browse through the full range of herbs and edibles that we grow. If you want to order plants online you can do this esily from the Online Catalogue by clicking the “[BUY one NOW]” link beside each plant. You can also download the full PDF catalogue as an Adobe Acrobat document to read at your leisure.