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For centuries, Britain has enjoyed imported herbs and spices from around the world, and in the 20th century this increased as formerly exotic plants became common in our gardens and farms.

We are arbitrarily calling herbs that were widely grown in the UK before 1800 AD "Traditional British Herbs", because 1800 is a nice curvy number.
They are not necessarily native plants, but they've been here since the Romans at least.