What is blue lavender?
Blue lavender is a cherished variety of lavender known for its deep blue flowers and captivating scent. When dried, its petals preserve the plant's pure essence and beauty, bringing a touch of Provence into your home.
Botanical origin of blue lavender
Blue lavender, scientifically known as Lavandula angustifolia, belongs to the Lamiaceae family. It has found an exceptional terroir in France, famed for its endless lavender fields, where it is cultivated with passion and expertise.
How to use blue lavender?
Create scented sachets for your wardrobes, relaxing infusions for your evenings, or use it as a refined edible decoration in your dishes and desserts. Blue lavender petals are also perfect for enhancing your bath and beauty products, bringing their soothing properties and delicate fragrance.
What are the aromas of blue lavender?
At the heart of blue lavender lies a floral and slightly camphorated fragrance, punctuated with herbal notes. These aromas, both refreshing and relaxing, evoke the sun-drenched landscapes of Provence and are renowned for their ability to soothe the mind and invite tranquility.
|Genus and botanical species||Lavandula vera|
|TRACES EVENTUELLES D'ALLERGÈNES||céleri, sésame, moutarde, fruits à coques.|