Lavandula - Lavender
Lavender oil is said to possess various medicinal properties, especially promoting relaxation. For culinary purposes, lavender is used in cooking oils, vinegars, jellies, cookies and other baked goods. You can also simmer lavender on the stove to scent the room.
Lavender stems, leaves, buds, and flowers contain essential oils, but in different concentrations. Fresh or dry, all are useful. Lavender keeps its fragrance for a long time.
Lavender is generally hardy in USDA climate zones 5 through 8. It prefers full sun and well-drained soils with pH ranging from 6.6 to 7.8. Good air circulation is essential.
To learn more, read our article Devotion To Lavender.
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