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    Lavender blooming in northern Thailand

    Lavender generally thrives in temperate climates and does especially well in the Mediterranean region, where most strains of the plant originate. It’s not often seen in the humid tropical warmth of Thailand. But go far enough north toward Thailand’s border with Myanmar and the weather up in the hills is cool enough to support lavender. There’s even a government-sanctioned space, Angkhang Royal Agricultural Station, where farmers tend to crops not generally found in Southeast Asia, including lavender, but also fruits like apples and pears.

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    • Lavandula stoechas Lavandula stoechas flowers Scientific classification Kingdom: Plantae Clade: Angiosperms Clade: Eudicots Clade: Asterids Order: Lamiales Family: Lamiaceae Genus: Lavandula Species: L. stoechas Binomial name Lavandula stoechas L. Lavandula stoechas, the Spanish lavender or topped lavender or French lavender, is a species of flowering plant in the family Lamiaceae, occurring naturally in several Mediterranean countries, including France, Spain, Portugal, Italy and Greece.
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  2. Lavandula stoechas (Lavender) - Gardenia.net

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    Lavandula stoechas also called French Lavender, Spanish Lavender or Butterfly Lavender is recognizable by the conspicuous sterile bracts, on top of the short dense in?orescence, resembling extravagant ears. Grown for its silvery aromatic leaves, it is used extensively for essential oils or potpourris.The distinctive flowers, however, steal the show with their "ears" sprouting from each ...

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  4. Spanish Lavender plants | Lavandula stoechas | High ...

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    Compact and beautiful, Lavandula stoechas 'Anouk' features dark plum flower heads topped with long lasting violet-blue bracts delicately fading to pink as they mature. Highly aromatic silvery foliage. Great for mass planting, low hedges or containers. This French Lavender blooms almost continuously from mid-late spring to late summer.

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    Also called French or Butterfly Lavender. This is an outstanding compact selection, with fragrant grey-green leaves that form a bushy, evergreen mound. Unusual purple spikes of …

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    Lavandula stoechas Spanish Lavenders or Lavandula stoechas are hardy to zones 8-10 and have beautiful flower blossoms. These Lavenders have unusual blooms which are tufted and pineapple shaped in appearance with dark purple flower bracts accompanied by dark green leaves.

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  10. Anouk Spanish Lavender - Lavandula | American Meadows

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    Originating in the Mediterranean, lavender prefers hot sunny days, dry air, and non-enriched, well-drained soil. While that’s great news for those gardening in the West, nowadays lavender can also be successfully grown in higher-humidity areas of the East and Pacific Northwest very successfully by remembering its basic needs.

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