Seed discs are ideal for growing all-year-round – it’s well worth having a few pots of kitchen herbs such as basil, chives and parsley on the windowsill nearby when cooking. Herb seed discs may be found in most garden centres.
It’s sow simple:
1. Choose a pot a that is a little larger than the disc, then fill up with seed compost. Firm and level the surface and place a seed disc on top.
2. Cover the seed disc with a fine layer compost.
3. Water the pot thoroughly.
4. And watch the seedlings grow, keeping