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  • Salvia Officinalis


    Salvia officinalis is a perennial, evergreen subshrub, with woody stems, grayish leaves, and blue to purplish flowers. It is a member of the mint family Lamiaceae and native to the Mediterranean region, though it has been naturalized in many places throughout the world.

  • Levandula x Intermedia


    Lavandula x intermedia is a hybrid cross between English Lavender and Portuguese Lavender. They are somewhat less hardy, but grow larger and will produce more flower spikes. They also tend to bloom later than other Lavandula species, blooming from July to September. It will go to seed from August to October.

  • Aloe Vera


    Aloe Vera, known to all of us for its beneficial abilities, is a plant that belongs to the category of lilies and reaches from 60 to 100 cm in height. The leaves are thick and fleshy, green to green-gray, with some varieties showing white spots on the leaf surfaces. The outline of the leaves has small white thorns. It produces flowers in summer, which hang from a single stem. The planting soil should be sandy or quite porous. A small amount of water and frequent watering.

  • Levandulla


    The name lavender is known for several phryganic aromatic plants that belong to the genus levandula. Mostly they are evergreen species, but the common lavender is semi-evergreen and in cold regions it completely loses its foliage. In addition, its leaves are oblong with gray-green color. Lavender does not tolerate watering and fertilizing. They are planted in sunny places. They do not grow well in wet and heavy soils and their soil should be enriched with sand and gravel.

  • Mersinia


    It is an evergreen shrub up to 3 m tall. The leaves of Mersinia are small and have a dark green glossy color. Its fruits can be either black or white. It blooms from May to August and its fruits ripen from October to January. Mersinia prefers sunny or semi-shady areas of the garden or balcony. It is a plant resistant to high temperatures. It needs regular watering, especially in summer. At the end of winter the myrtle is pruned to maintain its shape.

  • Origanum Vulgare


    An essential herb that we use every day for its unique taste and wonderful aroma! With a height ranging from 20 to 80 cm, oregano blooms from June, mainly, until August and has small green leaves and flowers in white and purple. It has no special requirements for the soil, as long as it has very good drainage to remove water. It is important to water the oregano during the summer to withstand the high heat and heat.

  • Rosmarinus Officinalis


    Rosemary is a popular aromatic plant of Mediterranean nature that we can very easily grow in a pot, in the yard and on our balcony. We choose a sunny or semi-shady place on our balcony or in our yard to place the rosemary with the pot. The rosemary has small requirements in terms of watering and fertilization.

  • Santolina Chamaecyparissus


    Levantine is a perennial plant with short, hard, toothed, silver-colored leaves. Summer has numerous, yellow flowers in spherical inflorescences, without petals. It thrives in warm climates and calcareous soils and is suitable for coastal planting.

  • Thymus Vulgaris


    Thyme is an evergreen shrub. Its foliage is compact and dense. The leaves are dark green or gray-green and the flowers are white or pink. It blooms from spring to summer. The most suitable place for thyme is the one with a lot of sun. It is resistant to heat and cold and thrives in soils with moderate fertility and good drainage. We water 1 to 2 times a week at most because it does not tolerate moisture.

  • Vitex


    Deciduous shrub, up to 4m tall, with fragrant leaves and lilac flowers, appearing from June to November. Resistant to cold, poor quality soils and salinity, prefers sunny places and well-drained soils. It is easily formed into a sapling and pruned at the end of February.

  • Laurus Nobilis


    Is an evergreen, compact shrub with dark green, glossy, aromatic foliage, and upright form. It has yellow flowers in spring and black fruit in summer. Suitable for tall fences. It prefers sunny places, non-northern and drained soils, while it also withstands coastal areas.

  • Tulbaghia


    Tulbaghia (wild garlic) is a genus of monocotyledonous herbaceous perennial bulbs native to Africa, belonging to the Amaryllis family. It is one of only two known genera in the society garlic tribe within the onion subfamily.