Lavender is native to the Mediterranean, but cultivated in cool-winter, dry-summer areas in Europe and the Western United States. Lavender is an aromatic perennial evergreen shrub. Lavender is one of the oldest English perfumes and folk rememdies, used for its calming tonic, and insect-repellent properties.
The dried flower heads were carried by many people during the plague years to ward off the disease. Lavender sachets are still commonly used to scent clothes' drwaers and stored bedlinen.
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