French Lavender

Lavandula dentata, also known as French lavender, is a flowering plant species native to the Mediterranean region. It belongs to the family Lamiaceae and produces fragrant, purple-blue flowers that grow on long, slender stems. The leaves are gray-green and have a serrated, tooth-like appearance. The plant prefers well-drained soil and full sun exposure. It is often used for ornamental purposes in landscaping and as an essential oil in aromatherapy and perfumes. The plant is also used in traditional medicine for its calming and anti-inflammatory properties.

French Lavender

(Lavandula Dentata)



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