Lavandula angustifolia


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aromatic Mediterranean shrub widely cultivated for its lilac flowers which are dried and used in sachets

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Silexan (1) is an essential oil produced from fresh Lavandula angustifolia flowers by steam distillation that has been licensed in Germany as herbal medicinal product for the treatment of states of restlessness during anxious mood (Uehleke et at.
Check to see if you have any Lavandula Angustifolia in your garden and if you have pick the flowers and bake them into biscuits for a relaxing treat or make an infusion with hot water and drink before bedtime.
Silver foliage shrubs and perennials such as the sunloving lavandula angustifolia, brachyglottis Sunshine and helichrysum italicum provide soft, silver mounds of foliage.
Silver foliage shrubs and perennials such as the sun-loving Lavandula angustifolia, Brachyglottis 'Sunshine' and Helichrysum italicum provide soft, silver mounds of foliage and can be trimmed back after flowering in summer and again in early spring to keep them in shape.
Lavandula Angustifolia EoAC" or true lavender EoAC" has been cleverly worked into a new lavender collection for summer.
Lavandula angustifolia (found in another) is lavender, bisabolol (found in one) is the main active ingredient in chamomile essential oil, and Chamomilla recutita (found in another) is chamomile.
Etherio, a new variety of Lavandula angustifolia with improved essential oil production and composition from natural selected genotypes growing in Greece.
Lavandin is a cross between two different Lavandula species: Lavandula angustifolia and Lavandula latifolia.
There are lots of plants to attract them, such as, Lavandula angustifolia (English lavender), ribes (flowering currant), trifolium (clover) and fuchsia.
The collected plants were included of: Achillea wilhelmsii (leaf), Achillea millefolium (leaf), Artemisia dracunculus (leaf), Salvia multicaulis (leaf), Thymus vulgaris (leaf), Ziziphora clinopodioides (leaf), Rosmarinus officinalis (leaf), Lavandula angustifolia (leaf), Mentha piperata (leaf), Hyossopus officinalis (leaf), Salvia officinalis (leaf), Anethum graveolens (seed), Foeniculum vulgare (seed), Carum carvi (seed), Petroselinum sativum (seed), Artemisia absinthum and Melissa officinalis (leaf).
The only likely environmental exposure was to a shampoo and a hair gel that he used every day, which was found to contain lavender oil (listed as Lavandula angustifolia on the label) and tea tree oil (listed as Melaleuca alternifolia).
I have, however, had luck over-wintering a dwarf variety, Lavandula angustifolia Munstead, in my Saskatoon garden most winters.
One of the best low-growing varieties, Lavandula angustifolia `Hidcote', is another good choice, with very dark-purple flowers and narrow green leaves, or L `Munstead', which is great for planting en masse to produce low screening.
One of the best low- growing varieties, Lavandula angustifolia 'Hidcote', is another good choice, with very dark- purple flowers and narrow green leaves, or L 'Munstead', which is great for planting en masse to produce low screening.