Discover the most incredible aromatic plants in our Kit AromaKi.
We selected the most powerful and tasty aromatic plants. You will grow fresh herbs plenty of natural antioxidants (such as phenolic substances) and vitamins.
A concentrate of Ki energy for your health! Find our our unique plants
Dark Purple Opal Basil (Ocimum basilicum)
Dark Opal Basil is a beautiful and ornamental variety of popular basil with purple-black foliage, liliac flowers with dark red stems and a delicious aroma.
Plant produces beautiful shiny deep purple leaves with a fragrant and tasty basil flavor with a strong pepper tasting. Can be used as a garnish, in salads, and for adding color to basil vinegars.
Greek Oregano (Origanum vulgare var. hirtum)
Greek Oregano is a variety of common oregano with a strong flavor and fragrance. This species is thought to have a cleaner and sharper taste than common culinary oregano,that is great for pizza and Italian cooking. Graced with characteristic oval green leaves and white flowers Greek oregano has been known since ancient Greek where it is said to be created by Aphrodite, the goddess of beauty.
Chocolate Mint (Mentha piperita var. Chocolate')
Chocolate mint is a cultivar of common peppermint that presents darker stems than peppermint and dark-green purplish leaves.
It smells like a peppermint patty, though the aroma is more chocolatey than the taste. It makes a scrumptious tea, and it can be baked in cakes, added to mojitos and used to aid digestion. Its aroma, though pleasant to humans, repels pests like mice, mosquitoes, ants and aphids.
Use the essence of chocolate mint to make your own homemade body scrub, or other beauty products for added chocolate indulgence.
Pineapple Sage (Salvia elegans)
Pineapple sage is Native to Central Mexico where is extensively used in traditional medicine, especially for the treatment of anxiety.
It belongs to Salvia species and it is used in cooking, baking and beverages.
Unlike common sage (Salvia officinalis) and Greek sage (Salvia fruticosa), pineapple sage usually isn't available in common markets.
When crushed, the leaves have a tangy fragrance and flavor of pineapple and can be used in summer beverages such as herbal hot or iced teas or cocktails, muddled with lime juice, or chopped on fruit salad. The bright, red flowers are also edible and taste like a combination of citrus and mint.