Lavender looks like a very hardy and resistant plant. The botanical environment is generally in the hills and arid and stony mountains. Lavender’s cultivation techniques are not very complicated as it grows easily up to 1500 m high. It’s used in preparing infusions and baths. In history lavender was used a lot by the Greeks and Romans for its aroma.
Rosemary belongs to the botanical family of Labiates and is indicated by the name of Rosemary officinalis. It is a plant that has very simple cultivation techniques, and that’s why it is known and used in a variety of applications. That’s the reason why this plant is richly present in ancient history.
The thymus belongs in botany to the family of Labiates, you can find it in warm parts of the Mediterranean. The cultivation technique is very simple: in fact, to grow well, it needs only a poor and rocky soil and a lot of sunshine . Thyme is used in cooking and it is widely used ingredient, as well as in perfumes. Its history goes back to the Greeks, who utilized it in abundance, but it was the Romans who introduced the use in the kitchen and brought it to England. Thymus is often found even in Medieval recipes.
It has special botanical characteristics: it is a herbaceous plant with basal wooded branches, bushy-looking. It is generally found in warm regions and grows wild. Because of its very simple cultivation technique, in a respectable botanical garden, sage cannot fail. It is used in cooking and other fields. It is present in Roman and Greek history.
This plant shows itself as a bush and in botany there are two recognized varieties. It is located in areas with fertile and fresh lands, like the edges of ditches. But you can also easily grow it in a simple garden. It 's used to make teas and liqueurs. History shows us that Melissa has bee used by more than 2000 years