Lavandula stoechas

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Lavandula stoechas,

n See lavender.
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To step inside Lee Shields' greenhouse is to cloak your senses with the spectacular sights and smells of French lavender, lemon eucalyptus, curly spearmint and hundreds of other unusual plants.
One of the most popular but not so hardy in this country is the French lavender, Lavendula stoechas that has a tuft of purple ear-like bracts above purple flowers in early summer that persist after the flowers have faded.
A set of Aroma Sticks in Calming French Lavender to soothe your senses.
There are at least seven types of lavender available locally: English lavender (Lavandula angustifolia); spike lavender (Lavandula latifolia); Lavandin (Lavandula x intermedia), which is a hybrid between English and spike lavender; dwarf English lavender; French lavender (Lavandula dentata); Spanish lavender (Lavandula stoechas); and California lavender (Lavandula pinnata).
London Fog Latte, an intriguing blend of black tea, citrusy bergamot, French lavender, vanilla and freshly steamed milk.
The Air Refresher is available in five fragrances: French Lavender, Wild Poppy, Beach Sage, Sweet Tangerine and Fresh Clover and retails for $5.
Between You & Me Lipsticks hand-crafted with rich Cupuacu and Murumuru butters, Jojoba oil, French lavender essential oil and sweet orange, $6.
A wooden barrel or large terracotta pot planted with trailing thyme, chives, sage, basil, coriander, tarragon and with French lavender in the middle looks very effective.
33 of the pounds 16 selling price to the Global Greengrants Fund, which provides grants for community based water-projects in more than 40 countries The limited edition soy wax candle is scented with soothing French lavender and made from 100 per cent organic ingredients.
Collection of six English Lavender and six French Lavender for pounds 17.
And the whole garden, which sits behind a tiny terraced house, packs a powerful punch in terms of fragrance thanks to towering sweet peas, freesia, French lavender and heady dianthus.