Lavender (Latin name: Lavandula angustifolia Mill.) Is also known as perfume plant, linger vanilla, vanilla, yellow vanilla, Lavender. Genus Lavender, a small shrub. Stems erect, stellate tomentose, old branches gray-brown, with stripped peeling cortex. Leaf strips or lanceolate strips, covered with sparse or dense gray stellate fluff, grayish white or olive green when dry, whole and rolled out. Verticillium inflorescence gathers into discontinuous or nearly continuous spikes at the top of branches; bracts are rhombic-ovate, bracteoles are inconspicuous; calyx ovate-tubular or nearly tubular; Straight, covered with glandular hairs in the throat. Small nuts oval and smooth. It is native to the Mediterranean coast, all over Europe and the Islands of Oceania, and has been widely planted in Britain and Yugoslavia. Its leaf-shaped flowers are beautiful and elegant, and the blue-purple inflorescences are long and beautiful. It is a new perennial cold-resistant flower in the garden. It is suitable for planting in flowers or trees, and can also be seen in pots.