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Costmary Tanacetum balsamita is also called mace Alecost and

Costmary Tanacetum balsamita is also called mace Alecost and

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Costmary - (Tanacetum balsamita) -is also called mace, Alecost and Bibleleaf. Soft, aromatic grey green foliage and cheery white flowers in Summer.

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Costmary - (Tanacetum balsamita) Click here to enlarge

Costmary - (Tanacetum balsamita) Click here to enlarge

Costmary inflorescence

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Tanacetum balsamita

Tanacetum balsamita. Tanacetum balsamita, or Balsamita vulgaris, is a perennial temperate herb known as costmary, alecost ...

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Costmary leaves

Jekka Mcvicar calls this English mace. It's Latin name is achillea ageratum, which makes it a relative of yarrow, whereas alecost is tanacetum balsamita ...

Feverfew. It's keeping my wild roses aphid free! What a a stinker though if you

costmary and stoechas

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Lenten Rose

Calamintha grandiflora 'Purple Elfin' - Showy Calamint

Costmary - (Tanacetum balsamita) Click here to enlarge

Basil

Aloysia triphylla

Costmary - Chrysanthemum balsamita

Wood sage. UK native plant. Flowers july - sept.

Costmary. Tanacetum balsamita

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Single yellow flowers (usually only in warm climates). Oval mid green leaves. The leaves have a great culinary flavour, more aniseed than standard tarragon.

Vintage botanical print - Balsamita major Desf. - costmary, alecost, balsam herb -

Pyrethrum Tanacetum cinerariifolium beneficial to your moon garden for pest management.

PT03 Tanacetum balsamita Alecost, Costmary

Tantalizing Tansy

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Butterfly milkweed (Asclepias tuberosa, A. decumbens), pleurisy root, yellow milkweed, chiggerflower, up to 1 m, hairy stems not

Single gold flowers in summer, serrated mid green leaves. Great garden plant as it revitalizes spent soil and also controls nematodes.

CLARY (Salvia sclarea) 'Clear - eye' as was used for eye problems. Used to treat tumours and swellings, kidney disease and splinters.

It looks like a Magnolia, but smells like a banana! Michelia figo or Banana

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See diagram Alexanders

Catmint, often used as an ornamental perennial, is related to catnip and also attracts

costmarye - Costmary (Tanacetum balsamita), also called alecost. A more aromatic relative of Tansy. Costmary

Feverfew

'Eternal Fragrance' Daphne A profusion of clustered pale pink blooms covers this compact shrub

Single daisy type flower in summer. Finely divided grey green leaves. The flower in powdered form makes a contact insecticide.

Holy basil or tulsi is both a sacred herb and a medicinal herb in India.

Cloves are the dried flower buds of trees. They are closely associated with the Christmas

Mexican Oregano, a member of the verbena family, is used in Tex-Mex

Botany - The fruit of Myristica fragrans, a species native to Indonesia, is the source of two valuable spices, the red aril (mace) enclosing the dark brown ...

Roman Camomile (Anthemis noblis) - Native to Mediterranean, Iran and India. Apple-like odor steam distilled from flowers.

Lemon verbena, a fragrant tropical shrub, is most often used in cooking, herbal

See diagram: Coriander

Nepeta is a natural insect repellent and is a large genus of perennial plants that grow

PT08 Tanacetum vulgare Tansy

See diagram Ice plant

American elderberry (Sambucus canadensis), up to 2-3 metres, leaves activate compost, insect repellent spray against aphids and

Oregano, a beloved ingredient in Italian cuisine, is one of the most popular herbs

Known by many names and used in many cuisines, culantro is perfect for a shady

Upright flowers that grow tall, lush tropical-looking foliage on plants that grow shoulder- to head-high and a scent that delights noses - this newer butt

Thevetia nereifolia, thevetin A ...

Tall 'Fragrant Cloud' flowering tobacco is most fragrant of all types. Blooms Summer until frost of Dec. I got seeds in the DND Swap Nov.

Culinary

PT14 Teucrium flavum Germander Harum

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Tansy Tansy (Tanacetum vulgare) is a perennial, herbaceous flowering plant of the aster family, native to temperate Europe and Asia.

Fragrant, night blooming, perennial white flower for USDA Zones used as a 'oneirogen' - to bring about lucid & vivid dreaming.

White forsythia (Abeliophyllum distichum roseum), also called Korean abelialeaf, is neither a

night gladiolus - Night Gladiolus Gladiolus tristus has creamy yellow blossoms that are intensely fragrant at

Cilantro is used fresh in Mexian and Southeast Asian cuisines. The seed, coriander,

Leaves eaten one or two a day, or made into a

Butterfly milkweed (Asclepias tuberosa, A. decumbens), pleurisy root, yellow milkweed, chiggerflower, up to 1 m, ...

Alkanna tinctoria

PT13 Teucrium chamaedrys L. Wall Germander

Lobularia Snow Princess - blooms from Spring until hard frost with a deliciously fragrant cascade of

Bay Laurel - a culinary and ornamental herb

Ivory Perennial Tulip

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All-White Moon Container GardenThis monochromatic container garden adds a stunning glow to your garden

PT15 Teucrium hircanicum Caucasian Germander

Sweet Woodruff makes an excellent shady groundcover. It can also be used in crafts,

Flowers of the family heliotropium have a strong, sweet vanilla-like

Stellaria jamesiana tuber starwort (perennial, raw in salad or cooked as spinach)

Flower-detail of Alpine Dog-violet / Alpine-violet / American Dog-violet / Dog-violet and Labrador-violet [Viola labradorica]

Nigella “Persian Jewels” bears delicate, old-fashioned flowers each backed by a

"Sprout" is a Pencil that You Can Plant To Grow Herbs and Vegetables

Coriander

Costmary - (Tanacetum balsamita) -is also called mace, Alecost and Bibleleaf. Soft, aromatic grey green foliage and cheery white flowers in Summer.

Star anise is actually a dried fruit. It is similar in taste to anise although

Primrose Lilac - Tall fragrant and fast growing.