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Species

  • Wormwood
    Plant used for centuries as a repellent for moths, insecticide in general and as tea or spray to repel slugs and snails.
  • Wormwood "Powis Castle"
    It is a hybrid between artemisia absinthium and artemisia aborescens.
  • Common Rosemary
    Great to pread in barbecues on the embers of burning coal, perfuming the meat and spread a pleasant odor in the environment.
  • Creeping Rosemary
    Few people know the variety of creeping rosemary which is grown as an ornamental plant.
  • Lavender
    Highly cultivated for the extraction of essential oil and widely used in perfumery and hygiene products.
  • Lavender 'allardi'
    This plant comes from the intersection of lavandula dentata with lavandula angustifolia.
  • Fringed Lavender
    They are produced in an industrial scale for obtaining the essential oil for the manufacture of cosmetics, perfumes, pharmaceuticals, etc ,.
  • Sea Thrift
    It's a hardy and long-lasting plant with beautiful pink flowers.
  • Aloe vera
    Aloe Vera has been used as a medicinal plant since ancient civilizations.
  • Calendula
    Also known as pot marigold, it is an excellent natural insecticide.

  • The word camomile comes from the Greek term chamaimelon, which means "creeping apple.
  • Indian Cress
    Indian Cress is an edible plant, rich in vitamin C.
  • Wild Teasel
    Its inflorescences were used to card the wool, hence its name.
  • Lemon Balm
    Widely used to ensure a good night's sleep.
  • Coriander
  • Mexican Marigold
    This is edible flower.
    It can be used in the preparation of various salads and dishes.
  • Echinacea
    It is able to increase the responsiveness of the immune system.
  • Echinacea angustifolia
    Echinacea acts as a natural antibiotic.

    It is widely used today in traditional medicine.
  • Lemon Grass
    Plant whose popularity in Portugal earned a gold stars to two Portuguese brands in the international competition "Great Taste Awards".
  • Curry Plant
    The essential oil of curry plant is very rare and precious, the most powerful and well-known anti hematona.
  • Tarragon
    Is a very typical seasoning in French cuisine.
  • Fennel
    This plant is spontaneous in the Azores and Madeira.
  • St. John's Wort
    It is perhaps the only Portuguese plant with the name of a region.
  • Hyssop
    Plant with the most varied medicional uses.
  • Hart's pennyroyal
    Especially popular in Algarve, where it is used as an aromatic herb to flavor the stews.
  • Bowles apple mint
    Has a scent and flavour similar to apples or pineapples.
  • Water mint
    Have a strong and minty taste and exudes an intense perfume.
  • Pineapple mint
    With a slight scent of pineapple, it is great to use in salads, fruit salads and juices.
  • Chocolate mint
    Sweet and refreshing aroma that seems like the popular chocolate, "After Eight".
  • Peppermint
    Very used in the manufacture of chewing gums and toothpastes.
  • Spearmint
    One of its most popular uses is as a medicinal plant.
  • Swedish Ivy
    The most cultivated variety of this plant is Plectranthus forsteri marginatus, whose name comes from its attractive green foliage with white margins.
  • Swedish Ivy
    Perennial plant that releases a pleasant and intense aroma.
  • Lavandin
    It has one of the strongest fragrances among the lavenders.
  • Lemon verbana
    One of the most popular plants used in teas in Portugal, earned gold stars to two Portuguese brands in the international competition "Great Taste Awards".
  • Bay laurel
    Symbol of nobility and immortality, the extremities of laurel have therapeutic properties.
  • Basil
    Used in traditional Margherita pizza and as a basic ingredient of Genoese pesto.
  • Basil
    Used in cooking gives a special touch to the dishes because its leaves have a beautiful coloration.
  • Marjoram
    It offers sweet flavors of citrus and pine.
  • Strawberry tree
  • Myrtus
    Its leaves have a scent similar to that of orange leaves.
  • Oregano
    Rich in Vitamine C and essential oils.
  • Globe Amaranth
    The flowers of this plant are conseideres an excellent expectorant.
  • Helichrysum Stoechas
    It is often found on uncultivated land, dry/sandy and on roadside.
  • Pennyroyal
    One of the best known species of the genus Mentha. Its essential oil is poisonous and is particularly dangerous for pregnant women.
  • French lavender
    The most popular product of this plant is honey, there are several regions of Portugal experts in french lavender honey production.
  • Elderberry
    Elderberry is a medicinal plant widely used to treat colds or flu.
  • Pineapple sage
    Presents hairy stems , tubular red flowers and a unique aroma of pineapple.
  • Sage
    The word salvia is derived from the Latin salvere, which means "to be in good health".
  • Winter Savory
    It combines perfectly with all legumes.
  • Stevia
    It's dry leaf is 10 times sweeter thane cane sugar and much healthier.
  • Mastic thyme
    Also known as pure salt, is widely used in cooking as a substitute for salt.
  • Common thyme
    Used as a spice and as a medicinal herb, it is grown for thousands of years.
  • Orange thyme
    Plant with a pleasant citrus aroma, similar to orange.
  • Citrus thyme
    It has a delicious lemon scent.
  • Broadleaved thyme
    It has extremely aromatic leaves and beautiful pink and lilac flowers.
  • Creeping Thyme
    Very used and known in regions near water.

Tarragon

Artemisia dracunculus

Tarragon is a perennial and herbaceous plant, with small, narrow, green, bright leaves and thin stems.

It's from the absinthe family.

Is rare to see this plant in bloom, but sometimes it has small yellow flowers.

The tarragon's flavor is bitter, spicy and reminds of anise.

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Cultivation

Tarragon develops best with temperatures between 4 ° C and 20 ° C, and can be grown in temperate or subtropical regions.

It needs at least 5 hours of direct sunlight daily.

It should preferably be grown in light, moderately fertile, well-drained soils that does not retain much moisture, but it can be grown on poor or rocky soils.

Keep the soil slightly moist, but be aware that this plant is sensitive to water in excess, especially during the winter.

Only Russian tarragon can be propagated by sowing. French tarragon usually does not produce seeds and is propagated through the division of well-developed plants or by cuttings.

History

Tarragon is one of the 300 most known species, due to its widespread use in French cuisine.

The term dracunculus (dragon, in Latin) comes from the similarity of its root with this monster. Plants whose roots had this shape were believed to heal bites of poisonous animals.

Utilization

As typical seasoning of French cuisine, is used to enhance the flavor of certain ingredients and foods. The flavor of the tarragon leaf is sweet and at the same time slightly spicy, sometimes remembering the smell and taste of the fennel.

Tarragon leaves, as well as other herbs used in cooking, can be used both green and fresh as well as dried, depending mainly on what the recipes require. Tarragon leaf is used in the preparation of pickles such as cucumbers in vinegar, in pot stews, in green salads, etc .; and also gives the distinct flavor to béarnaise sauce.

There are many recipes for the homemade use of tarragon in the preparation of vinegars, vinaigrettes, and other gastronomic infusions.

In some popular traditions of home remedies from various regions of the world, it is recommended to infuse tarragon leaves to ease menstrual cramps, among other healing purposes.

Tarragon leaves are used as mosquito repellent and other insects (used in the crib of babies, and by adults in their homes, and at night fisheries).
It was also used in daily washing of wounds suffered by domestic animals, such as horses, as well as in the human body (in injuries such as body inflammation and in the treatment of colic in children).

The root was also used to wash, strengthen and grow hair and in urinary infections.

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