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Ask a Master Gardener: Lacing the lawn with lavender
by Carol Dalu, Master Gardener
The News-Review (Roseburg, Oregon) Translate This Article
5 August 2017
On 5 August 2017 The News-Review (Roseburg, Oregon) reported:
The sweet smell of lavender (Lavandula), a wonderful addition to most landscapes. This plant is a native of the Mediterranean region and is prized for its fragrant flowers and oil. And, it is quite desirable in many regions for being drought tolerant, almost deer-proof, and easy to grow. It is also a favorite of bees and butterflies. The addition of this plant to your landscape will encourage visits by these valuable insects.
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