Look at you! Your plant personality is quite intriguing… and a little mysterious.

Your Plant Personality

Click each letter to learn more.

Easy-going and well liked, your calming presence puts others at ease. When troubled, you might hold nervous tension in your stomach.

Learn More »

Chamomile

You have a kind nature and often find yourself taking care of others, but your tendency to hold things in can lead to disturbances.

Learn More »

Fennel

You may put up a bit of defense at first. But those who take the time are rewarded with your kind disposition and unending support.

Learn More »

Nettle

Share your plant personality #herbnerd

Pinterest

Chamomile

  • You Are: Easy-going, friendly and well liked, you’ve got a gentle and sweet nature and a calming presence that puts others at ease. Your sensitivity to others may cause you to take on too much of other people’s feelings, though, and you may even be prone to worry.

  • Calming chamomile holds the key to relaxation if your busy mind makes it difficult to unwind. Soft, sweet and gently soothing, chamomile works to restore a sense of peacefulness and ease, and can settle an upset stomach while relaxing a nervous mind.*

    The name “chamomile” comes from the Greek chamos (ground) and melos (apple), referring to its low growing habitat and the apple scent of its fresh blossoms. Its soothing properties can be attributed to the essential oil, which is an amazing blue color when extracted. Chamomile’s ability to soothe the digestive system and calm the nervous system make it an important plant in many of our relaxation and digestive formulas*

    Learn more about chamomile>>>

Fennel

  • You Are: You’re quiet, sometimes shy, with a tendency to be reserved. You have a humble, kind nature and often find yourself taking care of others. You can be known to hold things in, and you don’t always speak up for yourself. This tendency to hold things in can lead to disturbances.

  • Fennel is soothing and supportive, helping to ease digestive upset*. For feelings of fullness and bloating, fennel is the friend to call on to help.*

    Sweet and mildly bitter, with a distinct licorice-like taste, fennel was revered by the ancients for its charming properties. Attributed with the power to bestow long life, courage, strength and even to ward off evil spirits, we modern plant people highly regard fennel for its capacity to ease uncomfortable feelings of fullness, bloating or gassiness, or as an all-around promoter of healthy digestion.*

    Learn more about fennel>>>

Nettle

  • You Are: Truly a nurturing and supportive friend, you’re the kind of person that just isn’t for everyone. But those who take the time are rewarded with your gentle disposition, and the kind of friendship that does a person good no matter the difficulty they’re facing. When out of balance, you can become more prickly than supportive or nurturing, though—a sign that you need to shower yourself with the same kind of nurturing you so freely give to others.

     

  • Nettle is a deeply supportive herb that has been used for centuries as a tonic to support your body’s well-being.* A traditional springtime tonic whose alluring “green” taste is a reflection of the rising green of spring, nettle gently nourishes the whole body.

    Nettle’s genus name, Urtica, comes from the Latin urere, meaning “to burn”, an obvious reference to nettle’s nasty sting. Nettle is widespread around the world, and evidence of this very old plant was even found in Neolithic stilt dwellings in Switzerland dating back to the third millennium B.C. It has long been enjoyed for its gentle support for the whole body, as well as for its refreshing, green taste*.

    Learn more about nettle>>>