Jasminum grandiflorum is a scrambling, deciduous shrub growing to 2 - 4 metres. The leaves are opposite, 5 - 12 cm long, pinnate with 5 -11 leaflets. The flowers are produced in open cymes, the individual flowers are white
Bergamot is a subspecies of the orange tree, which is cultivated in almost all subtropical countries. The tree originates from West-India. Christoffel Columbus would have entailed the tree from the Canary Islands.
Camphor is an evergreen tree belonging to the Lauraceae family. Growing up to 30 metres high, it has clusters of white flowers, red berries, and produces a crystalline substance from the wood – crude camphor.
The eucalyptus globulus is one of the more than 700 known eucalyptus species which originate from Australia. Eucalyptus is, since this plant can process huge amounts of water, often planted to lay marshes dry.
Frankincense, also called olibanum, is an aromatic resin, obtained from trees of the genus Boswellia in the family Burseraceae which originates from the Middle East, with abundant pinnacle leaves and has white or pale pink flowers
Laurus nobilis is an aromatic evergreen tree or large shrub with green, glossy leaves, native to the Mediterranean region. The laurel can vary greatly in size and height, sometimes reaching 10 - 18 metres tall.
Lemon is a small to 6 meter high, evergreen tree. It originates from Asia, most probably India. The tree is especially cultivated in Italy, Span, Portugal, Cyprus, Israel and in America (especially in California and Florida).
The mandarin tree is often smaller than that of the sweet orange, usually attaining a height of only 5 metres. Sometimes thorny or spiny, this willowy evergreen tree has slender drooping twigs, and broad or narrow lanceolate leave
The bitter orange tree is an evergreen tree, which can reach a height of 10 meters and originates from India and China. In comparison with the sweet orange, the bitter orange is smaller and more heart-shaped.
The Pine is a evergreen which can reach a height of 40 m. The pine distinguishes itself from the firs since the needles are grouped by two. The Pine originates from Eurasia and has now spread throughout the northern hemisphere.
Thymus Vulgaris is a species of flowering plant in the mint family Lamiaceae, native to southern Europe from the western Mediterranean to southern Italy. Thymus Vulgaris a small, evergreen herb that grows low to the ground.