Aroma and flavor in the garden

Plants which contain essential oil are known as aromatic plants. They are widely used in food seasoning, allowing superb combination in recipes, whether in confection or dinner plates. Arboreal, shrubby, herbaceous and creeping plants with such characteristics are presented, with a focus on their culinary use. Quick references are made about their active components which confer aroma and flavor to them, their adequate harvest, drying and storage in order to be preserved. Their propagation and correct growing, besides the natural plague control are equally approached. Grown in a creative way, whether in limited spaces or wider ones, they can produce pleasant spots.

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