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Butterfly-friendly Aromatic Plants

Posted on: March 21st, 2016 by
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Aromatic Plants for Butterflies: Photo Credit, Fotolia

Aromatic Plants for Butterflies: Photo Credit, Fotolia

Butterflies are attracted to many herbs in the aromatic garden. They love toxin-free gardens – so if you have a host of butterflies in your garden, you have created a natural haven for Continue reading the story "Butterfly-friendly Aromatic Plants"

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Bee-friendly Aromatic Plants

Posted on: March 14th, 2016 by
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Bee-friendly Aromatic Plants: Photo Credit, fotolia

Bees are extremely important to an aromatic garden; they pollinate many aromatic plants, especially herbs, establishing a mutually beneficial relationship between insect and plant. Bees need the nectar and pollen gathered from these plants and herbs Continue reading the story "Bee-friendly Aromatic Plants"

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The Use of Organic Plants for Organic Aromatherapy Oils

Posted on: February 29th, 2016 by
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Organic Plants for Essential Oils, Carrier Oils, and Hydrosols: Photo Credit, Fotolia

Organic Plants for Essential Oils, Carrier Oils, and Hydrosols: Photo Credit, Fotolia

What exactly does the word organic mean? You hear it used a lot in relation to plants, “organically-farmed” Continue reading the story "The Use of Organic Plants for Organic Aromatherapy Oils"

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The Difference Between Marjoram and Oregano Essential Oil

Posted on: February 22nd, 2016 by
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Origanum vulgare Inflorescence: Photo Credit, Fotolia

Origanum vulgare Inflorescence: Photo Credit, Fotolia

As many aromatherapy students know, there are quite a few essential oils that are often confused, given the similarities in their common English names; one such example is the herb oregano (Origanum vulgare)and the herb sweet Continue reading the story "The Difference Between Marjoram and Oregano Essential Oil"

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Aromatherapy Oils from the Rosaceae Plant Family

Posted on: January 4th, 2016 by
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Rosaceae Plant Family: Photo Credit, Fotolia

As many aromatherapy students know, plants within the same botanical family share common characteristics and properties. The Rosaceae plant family has gained its popularity from one specific plant family member: the rose. However, the Rosaceae plant Continue reading the story "Aromatherapy Oils from the Rosaceae Plant Family"

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The Difference Between Bergamot and Bee Balm

Posted on: May 18th, 2015 by
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Bergamot or Bee Balm? Photo Credit: Fotolia

Bergamot or Bee Balm? Photo Credit: Fotolia

As many aromatherapists know, identifying some plant species can be confusing. Many plants have interchangeable or similar common English names; one such example is bergamot. Here is a quick look at the difference Continue reading the story "The Difference Between Bergamot and Bee Balm"

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