Lavandula latifolia

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Related to Lavandula latifolia: Lavandula stoechas, spike lavender, True lavender
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Noun1.Lavandula latifolia - 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
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1984), Actinidia deliciosa (Muleo & Morini 1990), Lavandula latifolia (Calvo & Segura 1989) and Trema orientalis (Samantaray et al.
In vitro Cultures of Lavandula angustifolia and Lavandula latifolia were established by germinating seeds of each species on Murashique and Skoog (MS) medium supplemented with 0.5 mg [L.sup.-1] Naphthaline Acetic Acid (NAA) incubated for three weeks in the dark at 28[degrees]C.
The lavandin derived from hybridization between lavender and Lavandula latifolia (espliego), but it gives olfactory features closer to lavender.
Lavandin is a cross between two different Lavandula species: Lavandula angustifolia and Lavandula latifolia. Essential oil bottles will actually be labeled as lavender when it really contains lavandin.
(1) Constituents and anti-inflammatory effect of Paraguayan crude drug "Alhucema" (Lavandula latifolia Vill.) (2).
The form sometimes known as English lavender, Lavandula x intermedia, is a cross between Lavandula spica and Lavandula latifolia, another species from the western Med.
Key words: generalized linear mixed models; insect pollination; Labiatae; Lavandula latifolia; Mediterranean habitats, pollination consequences; pollinator composition; seed production; seedling recruitment.
A big New Zealand flax (Phormium tenax) and a large lavender (Lavandula latifolia), which was chosen for its broad leaves and big bloom spikes, anchor the garden.
In vitro morphogenesis from explants of Lavandula latifolia and Lavandula stoechas seedlings.
pumila no es muy frecuente en La Manchuela, si bien esta asociacion suele presentarse en facies de salviares o esplegares dominados por Salvia lavandulifolia y/o Lavandula latifolia, o en sus facies de romerales y tomillares, estadios que resultan de la alteracion y decapitacion de los suelos, bien por incendios, sobrepastoreo o roturaciones con fines forestales.
The variation of response was due to the varying concentrations of growth regulators used in the medium and light condition as reported earlier in Lavandula latifolia (Calvo and Segura 1989) and Zingiber officinale (Rout and Das 1997).