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Langkampfen "Rooted in Tyrol" herb garden

A herb garden where geese feel at ease roaming around in nature

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A lovingly arranged herb garden on a hillside above Langkampfen. The large herb garden, arranged by Christiane Wurzrainer and her sister, is a true paradise for fans of plants and herbs. It's not only the variety of different plants that makes the garden a natural spectacle; it's also the loving details that you find between the plants. Between the kitchen, medicinal and wild herbs, visitors will find plenty of details such as old watering cans, vases, pots and much more. For those who want to sit and enjoy this natural paradise, there is a pavilion with seating, which lets visitors recharge their energy surrounded by plants.

Another highlight of the natural oasis, apart from the plants, is the unusual residents. Little flocks of geese often wander around between the herbs and plants. The herbs and plants are used to make various products. Herbal products such as teas, spices, salts, syrups and much more are included in the range of products produced by the two sisters.

But their products are not only for the kitchen. Natural cosmetics are a trend that seems to be here to stay, and the herbs in this garden supply the raw materials for many hand-made products. Rooted in Tyrol knows plenty of ways to turn herbs from their own garden or regional wild gathering excursions into products that increase your well-being. Whether marigold ointment for chapped hands or a soothing treatment bath.

Tours:

  • Discover the herb garden on a personal tour, or take part in a herbal seminar to learn more about the wild herbs in the region. Other offers are wild herb walks, or soap making, ointment mixing and smudging workshops.

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