Lavender has a comforting scent that calms nerves, relieves headaches and attracts beneficial insects to your plantation. Its rich smell is a definite asset.
The flowers of Lavandula angustifolia are of breathtaking beauty; they will fill your garden with an incredible smell.
In aromatherapy, it is appreciated for its many medicinal active compounds.
Used in potpourri as a soporific. Slipped under pillows or in closets to repel moths and silver fish. Princes and the poor have used lavender for thousands of years.
It is a real magnet for beneficial insects with guaranteed action.
The seductive smell of the beautiful clusters of lavender flowers will attract many insects feeding on nectar and larvae. Your plants will be surrounded by a halo of delighted bees.
Fleas and ticks are repelled by lavender. The mice will also make a detour. Crush a sprig of lavender in the palm of your hand and inhale the rich terpenes deeply to relieve headaches or calm anxiety.
Attracts beneficial insects, repels pests. To continue vegetative growth, lower the stems to 8-12cm from the ground just before flowering.
Latin name: Lavandula angustifolia
Type: Perennial, shrub.
Height: 30 – 45 cm
Harvest: Natural – June; if pruned after harvest, 2nd – summer flowering in August
Effect: Strongly aromatic and distracting (purple flowers)
Climate: Mediterranean, sunny, warm, protected from the wind, hot season.
PH: Prefers between 6.5 and 7.5. Can grow between 6.1 and 8.5
Substrate: Light, deep and not too rich. Well drained.
Germination: 14 – 21 days / 10 – 16°C
Spacing: 45 – 60 cm apart
Seeds per gram: 850 and 1,300
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