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FREE HERBS SEEDS.

Herb's another great offer from your bumper value Scottish Mirror.

Jack Frost has come to town, and at this time of year, nothing is nicer than indulging in warm soups and stews, seasoned with freshly grown herbs. And just to make the start of your winter go with a swing, we've got a FREE packet of curled parsley for every reader.

It's an ideal addition to stews, casseroles, sauces and roasts, and it couldn't be easier to grow. All you need are some pots on a warm, light windowsill, a good compost and the seeds.

To get your free herb seeds simply tick the FREE SEEDS box on the coupon, complete both name and address sections and send the whole coupon with a large (9" x 6") s.a.e. to the address given. Only one free seed gift per household. Closing date for applications: 20th November 1997.

Plus, Park Seeds have put together two easy-to-grow aromatic herb seed collections especially for Scottish Mirror readers. All can be grown in pots or amongst flowers and vegetables in the garden. Either collection of six varieties can be yours for just pounds 3 or you can save money and buy both for pounds 5. Your free seeds will automatically be sent with your order.

Our Perennial Herbs Collection features: Chives, Mint, Oregano,French Parsley, Sage,Thyme. The Annual Herb collection consist of: Greek Basil, Sweet Basil, Coriander, Dill, Rocket, Sweet Marjoram.

To order: Simply write the number required alongside the collection title, complete the name and address section and send the coupon with your cheque/postal order(crossed and made payable to Park Seeds) to the address given. You may also pay by credit card. Closing date for applications: 28 November 1997. Our collections are not available to readers overseas. Readers in Republic of Ireland and B.F.P.O please use Sterling Cheques only. All varieties subject to availability. Park Seeds reserves the right to substitute any variety without prior notification. Please allow 28 days for delivery.
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