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Vanilla Planifolia photo by Second Nature Aromatics™ - Vanilla Essential Oils can be attributed to its properties like anti oxidant, aphrodisiac, anti carcinogenic, febrifuge, anti depressant, sedative, tranquilizing and relaxing.

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from The Homestead Garden

The Spice Series: Vanilla

Growing Vanilla Beans Indoors | The Spice Series: Vanilla Coffee, Cacao and Vanilla are beans not nuts. And Vanilla is not even a tree, but while Vanilla is a spice coffee and chocolate fall between the lines so I'm pinning them here and on Herbs and Spices.

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The Vanilla Bean Orchid. Learn all about vanilla and how to grow it yourself here, http://www.vegetablegardener.com/item/12993/the-vanilla-bean-orchid#

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from About.com Home

Grow Your Own Vanilla for Desserts and Drinks

Grow a vanilla orchid, and harvest vanilla beans for your drinks and desserts.

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Genuine vanilla comes from Vanilla orchids (Vanilla Planifolia being the most commonly grown species). These orchids are vines, and need to cling on to something (such as a tree or a pole) in order to grow. The fruit of the orchids is mostly referred to

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from Gardening Know How

Growing Vanilla Orchids: Tips For Vanilla Orchid Care

Vanilla Orchid Care: How To Grow Vanilla Orchid - Vanilla orchid care is very specific and each requirement must be met exactly in order for the vine to produce fruit. Learn how to grow vanilla orchid in the home interior. This article will help with that.

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Vanilla Phalaenopis taken from ‘Flore des serres et des jardins de l’Europe’ (1867-1868). Louis van Houtte (1810–1876)

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