French lavender


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Noun1.French lavender - Mediterranean plant with pale purple flowers that yields spike lavender oil
lavender - any of various Old World aromatic shrubs or subshrubs with usually mauve or blue flowers; widely cultivated
spike lavender oil, spike oil - pale yellow essential oil obtained from spike lavender used in scenting soaps and cosmetics
2.French lavender - shrubby greyish lavender of southwestern Europe having usually reddish-purple flowers
lavender - any of various Old World aromatic shrubs or subshrubs with usually mauve or blue flowers; widely cultivated
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It has been a good start for bees though, this time there have been prolific numbers feasting on a french lavender; in fact there have been more bees this year than I can recall.
French Lavender, Lavendula stoechas, is sought after for its small flowers on short, fat 5cm spikes.
Why has my French lavender turned brown with green tips?
The scent of the purple Argan Oil and French Lavender Collection gives an instant feeling of calm while it smoothens locks and instantly refreshes skin.
The new Zedblack Luxury fragrances offers four exotic variants like French Lavender, Pure Sandal, Black Musk, and White Sage, which has been specially created by sourcing natural and fresh ingredients from India and across the globe to create a relaxing, purify atmosphere and to restore mind and body.
If you're looking for a thank you that lasts well beyond the summer, Lidl's Large French Lavender ([pounds sterling]4.49) produces deep purple flowers all the way until Autumn.
Imagine it combined with dusty miller, French lavender and ageratum or partnered with chartreuse sweet potato vine and golden yellow lantana.
The 'Love For All Seasons' plant collection, from specialists Great Little Garden, comprises four hardy shrubs for year-round interest, including the vibrant Cordyline 'Pink Passion', with its striking swordshaped leaves that look great all year, Lavandula 'Night Of Passion', a French lavender which produces deep purple flowers in summer, Rhodanthemum 'Marrakech', which will create a show-stopping splash of pink throughout spring and summer that the bees will go mad for, and Hebe 'Jewel of the Nile', which offers unusual pink and green leaves with pink and white flowers in early summer.
Blended with French lavender, geranium and marjoram, these two products calm and soothe for radiant, nourished skin.
Although Santolina is often referred to as Cotton Lavender and French Lavender, it is not a true Lavender, but in fact, a member of the Daisy family.
I have some beautiful French lavender that were deep purple colour when I bought them but over a few years the flower-heads have faded.