Lavender

Scientific Name: 
Lavandula
Family Name: 
Lamiaceae
Place of Origin: 
Various
Plant Description: 
Small bushy type plant with pretty coloured foilage and aromatic flowers
Plant Height: 
60cm to 1m
Plant Width: 
up to 1m
Plant Use: 
Edible
Medicinal
Oil
Bee Fodder
Repellent
Dye
Perfume
Harvest Period: 
November - January
Of Interest: 
What can’t lavender do?! It’s an insect repellent and provides itchy bite relief, it calms and soothes and can relieve a headache and aching feet. Lavender’s an all-rounder and a must-have in any aromatherapy garden.It can be added to a bath, made into an infused oil and the fragrance enjoyed whether the plant is fresh or dried.
Annual, Biannual or Perennial: 
Perennial
Plant Type: 
Flower
Climate: 
Arid
Temperate
Cool Temperate
Warm Temperate
Deciduous or Evergreen: 
Evergreen

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