Definition of Lavandula angustifolia
1. Noun. Aromatic Mediterranean shrub widely cultivated for its lilac flowers which are dried and used in sachets.
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Literary usage of Lavandula angustifolia
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1. A Practical treatise on materia medica and therapeutics by John Vietch Shoemaker (1908)
"The carefuly dried flowers of lavandula angustifolia (Labiatae), much cultivated for their perfume, contain volatile oil, some resin, and tannin. ..."
2. The Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture: A Discussion for the Amateur, and by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1914)
"Uses: Herbage in salads; oil in preparation of soaps, etc. Propagated by divisions, cuttings and seeds in spring. Lavender (lavandula angustifolia, L. ..."
3. Wöhler's Outlines of Organic Chemistry by Friedrich Wöhler, Ira Remsen, Rudolph Fittig (1873)
"... oils of lavender and spike, in the blossoms and leaves of lavandula angustifolia and Lavandula latifolia ; oil of camphor trees, the oil in elemi, ..."
4. Flora Medica: Containing Coloured Delineations of the Various Medicinal by George Spratt (1829)
"... two of these are in general cultivation in this country, the Lavandula Spica, (broad.leaved lavender) and lavandula angustifolia (narrow.leaved) : these ..."
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