French Tarragon is a member of the wormwood family, it is a perennial herb native to Europe and North America.
It is sold as dried leaves or fresh branches.
French tarragon has the strongest flavour of any Tarragon.
French Tarragon leaves are glossy green, lance-shaped up to 8 . . . → Read More: French Tarragon
Origanum vulgare (Lamiaceae).
A perennial herb native to Europe and the Mediterranean region.
The name comes from the Greek, meaning ‘Joy of the Mountains’.
An unrelated species Lippia graeveolens is called Mexican oregano but is rare in Australia.
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Mentha viridis, M. spicata.
This hardy perennial plant has slightly crinkled leaves that are more tapered and a lighter shade of green than common mint. It is often included in the mixed bunches of Vietnamese herbs. Spearmint leaves can be infused and used in tea. The oil . . . → Read More: Spearmint