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List of Aromatic Plants

Bay Laurel

Bay Laurel / Laurus nobilis

This is the only edible laurel.
Its dried leaves are used for flavouring sauces, vinegars and mustards.

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Butterfly Lavender

Butterfly Lavender / Lavandula stoechas var. pedonculata

Produces lovely blue violet flowers from April through to June, which are topped with two larger lighter petals that look like lots of little butterflies.
These can be used for fragrancing laundry and bath water.

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Chaste-tree

Chaste-tree / Vitex agnus castus

Crush its foliage and smell its peppery fragrance.

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Corsican mint

Corsican mint / Mentha requienii

A very distinct smell of pepper.

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Knotted marjoram

Knotted marjoram / Mentha requienii

Its taste is more delicate than origan.

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Lavender 'Grosso'

Lavender 'Grosso' / Lavandula intermedia 'Grosso'

More compact in form, it has ash green foliage.
These can be used for fragrancing laundry and bath water.

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Lavender 'Rosea'

Lavender 'Rosea' / Lavandula angustifolia 'Rosea'

Magnificent scented flowers in June and July.
These can be used for fragrancing laundry and bath water.

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Lemon thyme

Lemon thyme / Thymus citriodorus

Its leaves release a strong lemon smell when they are rubbed.
Lemon thyme is used to scent many cooked dishes.

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Oregano 'Aureum'

Oregano 'Aureum' / Origanum 'Aureum'

Very decorative golden leaves.

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Oregano 'Compactum'

Oregano 'Compactum' / Origanum 'Compactum'

Compact green foliage, very scented.

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Peppermint

Peppermint / Mentha piperita

A taste of peppery leaves.

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Rosemary

Rosemary / Rosmarinus officinalis

Its leaves are very scented, dark green on top and soft white underneath, used as condiment for cooking.

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Rosemary prostratus

Rosemary prostratus / Rosmarinus officinalis Prostratus

May be used as a herb to flavour cooked dishes.

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Spear Mint

Spear Mint / Mentha Spicata

very aromatic, sweet flavor.

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Tarragon

Tarragon / Artemisia dracunculus

Its leaves can be used fresh, dried or in a powder form to flavour dishes, it is also good used in pickles.

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Thyme

Thyme / Thymus vulgaris

Its grey green leaves have a strong smell.
Thyme is used as a condiment for cooking.

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True Lavender

True Lavender / Lavandula angustifolia

True Lavender produces superb little violet blue flowers in June and July that are very scented. These can be used for fragrancing laundry and bath water.

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Wild thyme

Wild thyme / Thymus serpyllum

Wild thyme infusions are used to disinfect the digestive tracts.
It is worth having in your herb garden close to the kitchen.

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