Lavender - (culinary)
origin: France Botanical Name: Lavandula angustifolia
This English lavender is grown in the provence region of France. The super blue buds have a piney-lavender scent that is followed by a floral note. This lavender is recommended for culinary uses but may also be used for potpourri, bath sachets, and dream pillows.
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