Which plants make perfume

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Perfume plants

Selected crops that are used to produce perfume oils.
The large pictures are only on that commercially available data carriers contain.



Field mint
Mentha Arvensis
Leaves:
Mint oil

Bergamot
Citrus bergamia
Fruit bowl:
Bergamot oil

Bergamot
Citrus bergamia
Blossom:
no use

Bitter orange
Citrus x aurantium
Fruit bowl:
Bitter orange oil

Bitter orange
Citrus x aurantium
Flower: neroli oil
Leaves: petitgrain oil

B.lexcept Eukalyptus
Eucalyptus globulus
Leaves:
Eucalyptus oil

Clove Tree
Syzygium aromaticum
Flower buds:
Eugenol (clove oil), spice

Garden hyacinth
Hyacinthus orientalis
Blossom:
Hydrocinnamaldehyde

Granny Smith (A.apples)
Hybrid
Fruit:
"Green apple" scent note

Real jasmine
Jasminum officinale
Blossom:
Jasmine oil

Oak moss
Evernia prunastri
Lichen:
"Mousse de Chêne"

cardamom
Elettaria cardamomum
Seeds:
Cardamom oil

lavender
genus Lavandula
Blossom:
Lavender oil

Almond tree wild
Prunus dulcis
Seeds:
Bitter almond oil

Almond tree breeding
Prunus dulcis
Seeds:
Bitter almond oil

Pelargonium ("Geranium")
Hybrid
Blossoms:
Geranium oil, geraniol

Rose "Mc Arthur"
Rosa centifolia
Petals:
Rose oil

Myrrh (tree)
Comiphora myrrha
Gum resin:
Myrrh (solid)

Patchouli
Pogostemon cablin
Leaves:
Patchouli oil

rosemary
Rosmarinus officinalis
Herb:
Rosemary oil

vanilla
Vanilla planifolia
Capsule fruit:
Vanilla (spice)

Ylang ylang
Cananga odorata
Blossoms:
Ylang-ylang oil

Cinnamon tree
Cinnamomum verum
Bark:
Cinnamaldehyde

Lemongrass
Cymbopogon citratus
Leaves:
Lemongrass Oil


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