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Lavender (Lavandula) is a fragrant and versatile herb known for its aromatic foliage and vibrant flowers.

Here is a brief overview:

  1. Appearance:
    • Is a woody perennial plant with narrow, linear leaves that are often gray-green in color.
    • The plant typically grows in compact, bushy formations, reaching heights ranging from 20 to 80 centimeters.
  2. Flowers:
    • Lavender is renowned for its distinctive, spike-like clusters of small, tubular flowers.
    • Flowers come in various colors, including shades of purple, blue, pink, and white, depending on the Lavandula species.
  3. Fragrance:
    • The plant is celebrated for its strong, sweet fragrance, making it a popular choice in perfumery and aromatherapy.
  4. Habitat:
    • Is native to the Mediterranean region and thrives in well-drained, sandy soils with plenty of sunlight.
  5. Uses:
    • Beyond its ornamental value, lavender has culinary applications, adding a floral note to various dishes.
    • Essential oils extracted from lavender are widely used in aromatherapy for relaxation and stress relief.


  • Lavender belongs to the genus Lavandula.
  • It is a hardy plant, well-suited for zones with warm temperatures and good sunlight.
  • Lavender is prized for its drought-resistant nature and ability to thrive in poor soils.


  1. Britannica – Lavandula
  2. Wikipedia – Lavandula
  3. CABI Compendium – Lavandula
  4. Royal Horticultural Society – Lavandula
  5. PFAF Plant Database – Lavandula
Weight 0,7 kg
Dimensions 30 × 30 × 30 cm
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