Scientific name: Morus nigra
Origin: SW Asia
Medicinal use: The fruit is refreshing and can be consumed directly or made with it as jam, syrups or drinks. Blackberries go from green to black, but are already edible in the green state. Blackberries are rich in vitamin C.
Chives, GarlicCulinary Garden ₡1,700.00 Add to cart
₡1,700.00SKU: 0505 Category: Culinary Garden
Scientific name: Allium tuberosum
Origin: China, Japan and India
Medicinal use:It is a vegetable related to the onion. It is grown and used as a substitute for garlic and onion in cooking and is known as “Maroi nakupi”. The flavor is more like garlic chives. The chopped flowers and leaves are usually sprinkled in salads, sandwiches and stews in general. It is delicious for making compound butters and cream cheese.
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CeleryCulinary Garden ₡1,700.00 Add to cart
₡1,700.00SKU: 0165 Category: Culinary Garden
Scientific name: Apium graveolens
Medicinal use:Celeriac root can be used raw or cooked. Celeriac meat is tough and compact and off-white. Celeriac has a mild flavor and is often used as a flavoring in soups and stews, although it is increasingly being used on its own, usually pureed, or in stews, gratins, and baked dishes. In any case, celery is very positive in the human diet due to its high content of dietary fiber, vitamins and minerals, in addition to being considered a good diuretic due to the high percentage of water.
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Scientific name: Ocimum basilicum
Medicinal use:Also known as sweet basil, this variety of basil stands out for its pleasant flavor. Although it is used in many preparations, it is a main ingredient in Ligurian cuisine and its classic pesto, the traditional sauce that accompanies pasta.
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ChivesCulinary Garden ₡1,700.00 Add to cart
₡1,700.00SKU: 0500 Category: Culinary Garden
Scientific name: Allium schoenoprasum
Origin: Europe, Asia and N America
Medicinal use:Chives are eaten raw in salads, cooked, or prepared in various pickles and also as a culinary condiment; it is generally used dehydrated to flavor soups and stews
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