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Our herb and vegetable gardens

This is where we’d like to tell you a little bit about our gardens and our four Vitalpina herbs.

The Pfösl herb garden

Each year in spring we plant a variety of herbs in our garden behind the kitchen. Our chefs cook with fresh herbs in summer and keep plenty of dried herbs for the winter months. Markus, our head chef, uses dried herbs for his special salt mixture.
Vegetable garden

Three vegetable patches, lovingly tended to by Mrs. Herta and her daughters Eva and Brigitte, provide us with salads and vegetables for the evening buffets.
Nettle – for gourmets

​In the Alpine countries, stinging nettle is the king of the healing herbs, mostly due to its stately inaccessibility and diverse array of applications. A nourishing and flavorful ingredient, it has also inspired the Vitalpina chefs as the basis for original culinary creations.
Lady’s mantle – for a soothing effect

Next time you walk across alpine pastures enjoying nature, stop and take a look at this dainty species of meadow rose, which sprouts out of the ground between May and September. In the morning it has soft silver pearls in its calyx, and is a cherished herb especially for women’s complaints.
Wild thyme – a magic herb

​Wild thyme is the wild central European brother to southern European thyme. In the sunlight, its delicate purple flowers emit a spicy scent. In ancient times wild thyme was an important healing and magical plant, and today it lends a very special appeal to Vitalpina’s spa Treatments.
Yarrow – a healthful herb

Achillea millefoglie, with its white flower head, is an extremely resilient herb and is valued in folk medicine for its many applications. It is a tried-and-true remedy for headache and digestion Troubles.
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