HOME | PROFILE | PRODUCTS | MEDIA | FAQ | DIARY | MEMBERS | LINKS | CONTACT | PICOGREENS | [ AFRIKAANS ]

Rooted Herb Cuttings

To request a quote, simply specify the quantity that you require for each item, and click the Add to Quote Trolley button to add the item to your enquiry. When done, review your quote trolley, and then request a quote.

Bulk orders qualify for discount. When we have received your enquiry, we will send you a detailed quote.

Click on any thumbnail photo to get a closer view.

Click to view larger Photo
 
Plants per Hectare: 58000
Suggested Trial Size: 4400
Achillea millefolium
Yarrow
Yarrow is a perennial herb of the family Asteraceae. It is easily cultivated, will grow in poor soil, but do best in moderately well fertilized soil. Prefers a well-drained soil in a sunny position. The pH should range between 5.5 and 7.5. Wet, waterlogged and badly aerated soils wil cause problems.


The oil is found in the flowers and dark blue in color. It is extracted by steam distillation. It is used as an anti-inflammatory or in chest rubs for colds and influenza.


The flowers contain about 0.1-0.25% oil.
Click to view larger Photo
 
Plants per Hectare: 58000
Suggested Trial Size: 1200
Melissa officinialis
Lemon Balm
Lemon Balm is a member of the mint family or the Lamiaceae family. It is easy to grow in moist, well-drained fertile soil. Prefers full sun. The plant dies down in winter, but the root is perennial. Lemon Balm leaves contain no more than 0.1% of essential oil.

Attributes of the oil is: Mild sedative, Antibacterial, Antiviral, Spasmolytic, Carminative, Antispasmodic.
Click to view larger Photo
 
Plants per Hectare: 58000
Suggested Trial Size: 4400
Mentha piperita
Peppermint
Click to view larger Photo
 
Plants per Hectare: 58000
Suggested Trial Size: 4400
Mentha spicata
Spearmint
Click to view larger Photo
 
Plants per Hectare: 40 000
Suggested Trial Size: 3000
Pelargonium cv. Rosť
Rose Geranium
Click to view larger Photo
 
Plants per Hectare: 82500
Suggested Trial Size: 2000
Anthemis nobilis
Roman Chamomile
Click to view larger Photo
 
Plants per Hectare: 82500
Suggested Trial Size: seed
Matricaria recutita
Geman Chamomile
Click to view larger Photo
 
Plants per Hectare: 82000
Suggested Trial Size: seed
Organum marjorana
Sweet Marjoram
Click to view larger Photo
 
Plants per Hectare: 15000
Suggested Trial Size: 4400
Rosmarinus
Rosemary
Click to view larger Photo
 
Plants per Hectare: 82000
Suggested Trial Size: 4400
Thymus vulgari
Thyme
Click to view larger Photo
 
Plants per Hectare: 40000
Suggested Trial Size: 1000
Cymbopogon citrates
Lemon Grass
Click to view larger Photo
 
Plants per Hectare: 6000
Suggested Trial Size: 500
Rosa damascena
Damask rose
The perfume of the rose blossom, concentrated through extraction, is one of the most valuable flavor and fragrance products used the world over. The most common aroma concentrates of rose are rose oil and rose water produced through steam distillation; and rose concrete and rose absolute the product of a solvent extraction process. The damask rose grows well in high heat with adequate water and high fertility. Roses can be successfully grown on a wide range of soils but they do best on well-drained soils, with a soil pH of 6.0-6-5.
Adequate water is essential throughout the vegetative and flowering periods. Irrigate with drippers to keep the flowers dry at harvest time.
Click to view larger Photo
 
Plants per Hectare: 7000
Suggested Trial Size: 500
Lavendula Grosso
Lavandin
Lavandin plants produce more oil and are hardier than lavender plants. World production of lavandin oil is now about 1000 tonnes per year and lavandin oils have been systematically replacing lavender oils in most products except the most expensive. The ratio of lavender to lavandin production worldwide is about 1:5 with the prices for lavandin correspondingly lower.
Varieties offered by Pico-Gro are Grosso and Abrialis.


Click to view larger Photo
 
Plants per Hectare: 13200
Suggested Trial Size: 500
Lavendula Herchum Blue
Lavender
 
Plants per Hectare: 10000
Suggested Trial Size: 500
Lavendula No9
Lavender
 
Plants per Hectare: 10000
Suggested Trial Size: 500
Lavendula Mailette
Lavender
 
Suggested Trial Size: 500
Eriocephalus punctulatus
Cape Chamomile
Click to view larger Photo
 
Plants per Hectare: 15000
Suggested Trial Size: 500
Salvia officinalis
Sage
Click to view larger Photo
 
Plants per Hectare: 7000
Suggested Trial Size: 500
Salvia sclarea
Clary Sage
 
Plants per Hectare: 35 000
Suggested Trial Size: 100
Melaleuca alternifolia
Tea tree
Click to view larger Photo
 
Plants per Hectare: 55 600
Suggested Trial Size: 2000
Echinacea purpurea
Purple coneflower
Echinacea is used by more and more people to boost their immune systems. Till recently most harvesting was done from the wild in the United States. Echinacea is relatively easy to cultivate and commercial growers are beginning to produce it.

Echinacea is drought resistant and therefore well suited to cultivation in SA. Crop time is about 6 months. pH 5.5 to 7 is tolerated by this variety.
Other Products

Rooted Herb Cuttings
 
Potted Herbs
 
Essential Oils
 
Body Care Products
 
Bulk Ingredients
 
Herbal Teas
 
Seed
 
Beauty care products from the kitchen
 
Indigenous aromatic oils
 
Distillation equipment
 
Get a Quote!

My Quote Trolley
 
Request a Quote