There are about 20 species of lavender, whose homeland is the Mediterranean basin. Some of these species are also grown in our country.
Lavender can be up to 1 meter long. Its body is four cornered, green in color and fragrant. However, the stem of the plant becomes woody for the second year. It has a grayish green color, thin long and fragrant leaves. There are lavender blue flowers with many saps. The stem of the plant is its small starry feathers, which gives them its special scent to the leaves, stems and flowers. The small fruits of the lavender that ripen in the fall include four seeds of hazelnut.