Botanical Name:Lavendula latifolia Botanical Family: Lamiaceae Olfactive Family: Aromatic Country of Origin:Spain Source:Flower tops Odour: Sharp, cineolic, herbal and somewhat penetrating Colour:Water white to pale yellow Crop: July to August Process: Steam distillation
General Description:Known in France as Aspic and Britain as Spike Lavender, it is one of the parents of Lavandin. It grows wild in Southern Europe, especially Spain, where it is cultivated. It looks like French Lavender but somewhat more spindly. The oil is produced by water and steam distillation and the resultant oil is quite different from 'augustifolia' oil. Spike Lavender oil tends to be used in Pharmacopoea
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