Cranesbills (Geranium robertianum L.) is a genus that can be found throughout the temperate regions, but mostly in the Mediterranean region and Baltic Sea coast. It grows in Asia and North America as well. It is also known as herb-Robert, red robin, crow’s foot.
Fireweed (Epilobium angustifolium L.) is a native plant to the temperate Northern Hemisphere and grows mainly in forests. It is also known as great willow-herb and rosebay willow-herb. It can be found widely in Canada and the northern United States.
Goat’s Rue (Galega officinalis L.) is a native plant to the Middle East known also as galega, French lilac or Italian fitch. It grows on the banks of rivers, wet meadows and in wet thickets. Goat’s Rue is a perennial plant with white, blue or purple flowers. The common name Goat’s Rue stems from the characteristic smell of the leaves.
Ground Elder (Aegopodium podagraria L.) is also known as the herb of St. Gerard, bishop's weed, goutweed or goutwort. The plant is commonly found in Europe and Asia and it mainly grows on meadows, pastures, balks, wet thickets, roadside roads and wetlands. In the Middle Ages, Ground Elder was grown in monastery gardens, as a vegetable or spice plant, less...
Hemp Nettle (Galeopsis L.) is a plant member of genus Galeopsis, native to Europe and north-eastern Asia. It is also known as bee-nettle, blind-nettle, day-nettle, dog-nettle, glidewort, holyrope. Hemp Nettle occurs in damp places, ditches, river banks and woodland clearings. The leaves, stems and flowers are used to make a herbal tea, tinctures, or even...
Meliot Sweet Clover (Melilotus officinalis L.), known as melilot or kumoniga, is a plant native to Europe and Asia. It can be found primarily on the roadside, dry slopes, in river valleys and on gravel dumps, in particular in sunny places. Meliot is a tall plant with yellow flowers. The raw herbal material is the herb harvested at the beginning of flowering.
Silverweed (Potentilla anserina L.) is a plant known for its silvery-white colour of the leaves on the bottom side of the leaves. Sometimes is called goose wort, goose grass, or goose tansy. Most often it can be found in river valleys, on wet meadows, banks of rivers and ponds, and on pastures. All parts of the Silverweed are edible.
Speedwell (Veronica officinalis L.) is a plant also known as heath speedwell, common gypsy weed, or Paul's betony, it is native to Europe and western Asia. It grows in open areas (fields and meadows). The plant stems and leaves have a slightly silvery colour.
Sweet Woodruff (Galium odoratum L.) is a native plant t to northern and central Europe, North Africa, Siberia and also China and Japan. It is most often found in lowland areas in shady deciduous forests and thickets. The plant is also known as wild baby's breath, master of the woods.
Horsetail (Equisetum arvensis L.), also called shavegrass, is native to both North America and Europe. It has been distributed all throughout the world and has been used as either an ornamental or a herbal plant. It really looks like a horse tail, which was reflected in its common names.
Hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis L.) is a native plant to Southern Europe, the Middle East, and the region surrounding the Caspian Sea. It is a plant with intensely blue flowers and a pleasant aroma, grown in home gardens. Hyssop Herb can be a great spice, enriching the taste of potato dishes and meat dishes, vegetable salads and vegetable soups.
Marsh Labrador (Rhododendron tomentosum / Ledum palustre) is a shrub from the heather family growing up to 150 cm in height. The other names of the plant includes James' Tea, Ledi Palustris Herba, Ledum palustre, Ledum Silvestre, Marsh Citrus, Moth Herb, Rhododendron palustre, Sumpfporst, Swamp Tea, Wild Rosemary.