• Ginger

    Ginger

    ZINGIBER
    Perennial plant native to Asia, with red dotted white flowers. The word ginger comes from the Sanskrit "singabera" which means "horn-shaped".
    $70.00
  • Lavender

    Lavender

    LAVANDULA ANGUSTIFOLIA
    She’s also called “true lavender” and grows wild on the hills of Southern France. Purple shrubs of green grey leaves, lavender’s fragrant flowers stand up straight, defying the elements with their colourful spikes.
    $70.00
  • Orange blossom

    Orange blossom

    CITRUS DULCIS
    The orange flower grows on the citrus tree, or “Citrus Aurantium”, of the Rutaceae genus. In bloom, the tree aunts its white flowers to the world, emitting a suave fragrance that has symbolized purity and beauty since Antiquity. Intoxicating but mysterious, these flowers used to adorn the garlands of young brides.
    $70.00
  • Rosemary

    Rosemary

    ROSMARINUS
    Sometimes known as the crown herb or grass of the troubadours, rosemary is a lovely wild and dense aromatic shrub that grows on the dry limestone hills of the Mediterranean Basin.
    $70.00
  • Sandalwood

    Sandalwood

    SANTALUM ALBUM
    It is present in Hindu and Buddhist rituals, the former often making the bindi dot out of its paste, the later turning it into incense. In Chinese medicine, sandalwood increases longevity, and builds confidence and determination.
    $70.00
  • Spearmint

    Spearmint

    MENTHA SPICATA
    From the Lamiacea family, this perennial plant can reach one meter and essentially grows in sunny and rich lands.
    $70.00
  • Tiare

    Tiare

    GARDENIA TAHITENSIS
    Amongst the most famous gardenias, the tiare is deliciously aromatic and a symbol of beauty. Women coat their skin and hair with its essential oil monoï, with glowing effect.
    $70.00
  • Tomato

    Tomato

    LYCOPERSICON ESCULENTUM
    The tomato, a berry of the Solanaceae family, is one of the most popular fruits in the world. Few people know that it was first grown in South America, and that its name comes from the Inca “tomalt”.
    $70.00