The knowledge that plants are actually “urheimisch®” is lost amongst the omnipresent multitude of exotic foreign products. Our list provides you guidance through the world of “urheimische®” plants – without any claim to completeness.
Alliaria, anise, wild garlic, basil, comfrey, fenugreek, borage, watercress, Cistus incanus, dill, trefoil, prize, tarragon, fennel, patience dock, hops, cardamom, chervil, coriander seeds, lovage, marjoram, horseradish, balm, mint, agrimony, oregano, chili, parsley, pepper, peppermint, pimpernel, rosemary, sage, chives, mustard, thyme, thyme dost, real vanilla, white goosefoot, winter cress, cinnamon, lemon balm, lemon thyme
Aubergine, cauliflower, bean, stinging nettle, broccoli, broad bean, trefoil, endive, pea, corn salad, garden cress, sweet fennel, capsicum, kale, cucumber, potato, chickpea, kohlrabi, swede, lettuce, lentils, dandelion, chard, carrot, olive, parsnip, leek, small radish, radish, rhubarb, Brussels sprouts, beetroot, red pumpkin, red cabbage, Salicornia, black salsify, celery, asparagus, marrow, spinach, turnip greens, tomato, Venus chick peas, chicory, plantain, common chicory, cabbage, wild artichoke, savoy cabbage, onion
Apple, orange, apricot, banana, pear, blackberry, date, strawberry, chestnut, figs, rosehip, blueberry, raspberry, elderberry, currant, cherry, mirabelle, medlar, peach, plum, cranberry, quince, sea buckthorn, sloe, gooseberry, grape, lemon
Beechnuts, hazelnut, kola nut, pumpkin seeds, almond, walnut; cereals: spelt, barley, oats, corn, rye, wheat, others