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Vanilla planifolia

Vanilla planifolia

The Vanilla Orchid: Vanilla planifolia

The Vanilla Orchid: Vanilla planifolia. ~ Vanilla oil comes from the fruit ("beans") of the Vanilla planifolia plant. It has a sweet scent~ Vanilla oil is often used in perfumery, but not often used in aromatherapy.

Vanilla, the vanilla orchids, form a flowering plant genus of about 110 species in the orchid family (Orchidaceae).Subfamily: 	Vanilloideae. Tribe: 	Vanilleae.  Elizabeth Blackwell was the artist and engraver of A Curious Herbal in 1737-1739,

Vanilla, the vanilla orchids, form a flowering plant genus of about 110 species in the orchid family (Orchidaceae). Elizabeth Blackwell was the artist and engraver of A Curious Herbal in

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a 1574 New Caledonia - Lifou - Easo - Vanilla Plant

Vanilla orchid (Vanilla planifolia)

The fermented pod of this climbing orchid is harvested from the Vanilla Vine, an aromatic sweet scents used to flavour cakes, and perfumes.

London: J. White 1799 (biodiversitylibrary.org)

Thirty-eight plates, with explanations intended ti illustrate Linnaeus's System. 1788 : Illustrations by Fredrick Nodder - Biodiversity Heritage Library Scabiola

Lavatera Thuringiaca. Great-Flowered Lavatera. from Curtis pink amaryllis, poppy anemone, gladiolus, clematis, apple blossom, lavender

Lavatera Thuringiaca. Great-Flowered Lavatera. from Curtis pink amaryllis, poppy anemone, gladiolus, clematis, apple blossom, lavender

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