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Growing Fragrant Lavender - Gardening - About.com
You can be successful growing lavender in your garden if you choose the right variety. Tips for choosing growing and pruning lavender plants.
What Is Lavender and How to Use It - Herb Gardens - About.com
Latin Name: Lavendula angustifolia. Common Name: Lavender. Cultivation: Lavender grows well in sunny, open areas. It likes well drained soil, slightly sweet.
English Lavender Plants - Landscaping Uses, Care
English lavender plants (Lavandula angustifolia) are perennial herbs with aromatic blooms. Many harvest and dry them, but they also look great in landscaping.
Lavender - Medicinal Uses For Lavender - Herb Gardens - About.com
Lavender is found in a wide variety of strains. It is a popular herb for borders and to grow in a crafter's garden. Find out ways to grow lavender and how it was ...
Lavender - The Herb of Love - Herb Gardens - About.com
Long revered in literature as a herb of love, Lavender is a key ingredient in soaps and shampoos, sachets, perfumes and seasonings. This beautiful herb is ...
Lavender Cocktails and Tips for Using Lavender in Drinks
Lavender has a penetrating, sweetly floral, and spicy aroma with lemon and mint notes; the taste echoes the aroma with undertones of camphor and a touch of ...
Lavender Color Meaning - Desktop Publishing - About.com
Lavender has long been a favorite flower and color of genteel ladies. This shade of purple suggests refinement along with grace, elegance, and something ...
Lavender Cotton Flower - Home Growing Tips - Flowers - About.com
When you discover lavender cotton for your flower garden, you'll categorize it as one of those plants you wish you had known about when you first started ...
Aromatherapy with Lavender Oil - Alternative Medicine - About.com
Nov 27, 2014 ... To sleep more soundly and ease your anxiety, try a do-it-yourself remedy infused with naturally calming lavender essential oil.
Lavender Simple Syrup Recipe for Cocktails
Lavender simple syrup is a great way to add the herb's distinct flavor to cocktails in a semi-sweet way.
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