Lavandula stoechas (Scientific name: Lavandula stoechasr) is a semi-hardy, evergreen small shrub that originates from the Mediterranean coast to North Africa. Also known as Stoechas lavender, spanish lavender, or French Lavender. It blooms from spring to summer, and is characterized by an ear-like agate at the top of the flower. It is a kind of lavender and its aroma is close to rosemary. Because it is excellent in heat resistance, it suits the Japanese climate. Because lavender is thick and hard to break and easy to handle, it is often used for flower beds and cut flowers.
Common Name: Lavandula stoechas, Scientific Name: Lavandula stoechas, aka: Italian Lavender, Spanish Lavender, French Lavender, Stoechas lavender, origin: Mediterranean coast to North Africa, tree height: 30 to 60 cm, flowering period: May to 8 Moon, flower color: blue-purple, white, inflorescence height: 5 cm.