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Curcuma Caesia ‘Black Turmeric’
Curcuma Caesia, black turmeric or black zedoary, a perennial herb with bluish-black rhiomes.The leaves have a deep violet-red patch which runs through the length of the lamina. Usually, the upper side of the leaf is rough, velvety, but this character may vary. Flowering bracts are green with a ferruginous tinge. Flower petals may be deep pink or red in color. The rhizome is bitter, hot taste with pungent smell. Black Turmeric is used in Tantrik Sadhana. The dried leaves are used as a source for fuel. Northern tribes use Black Turmeric as a talisman to keep the evil spirits away. Presently Black Turmeric is on the verge of extinction.
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Salvia Rosmarinus (Rosemary)
Salvia Rosmarinus, commonly known as Rosemary, is a woody, perennial herb with fragrant, evergreen, needle-like leaves and white, pink, purple, or blue flowers. Rosemary has a long history of uses for a variety of medicinal and curative applications, some of which are of unsubstantiated value.
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Thyme (Thymus Vulgaris)
Thyme (Thymus Vulgaris) is a bushy, woody-based evergreen subshrub with small, highly aromatic, grey-green leaves and clusters of purple or pink flowers in early summer.It is also the main source of thyme as an ingredient in cooking and as an herbal medicine.
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Kalanchoe Beharensis ‘Subnuda’
Kalanchoe Beharensis ‘Subnuda’ has large heart-shaped leaves but without the shaggy hairs. It is a very large succulents shrub with a unique grotesque shape and smooth plastik-like leaves. This unusual hairless form is also known as Feltleaf.
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Kalanchoe Orgyalis ‘Copper Spoon’
Kalanchoe Orgyalis ‘Copper Spoon’ are stemmed variety with velvety, spoon-shaped leaves that stand upright. This two-toned plant is a lovely cinnamon brown on the upper side of its leaves and silver underneath. As leaves age, they turn completely silver. They need ample sunlight, great drainage, and infrequent water to prevent rot.