Lavender, the staple of the garden!•
Posted on July 25 2013
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Lavender is one of the most versatile plants that you can have in your garden.
It is there for when you are feeling poorly, tired, hungry or even if you have a small cut or graze. If fresh lavender is not available to you, there is still the choice of dried lavender or even Lavender Essential oil.
One of my favourite things to do with lavender is to make lavender sugar, I use it in homemade drinks, adding to lemonade, in my tea or even in some homemade cocktails. You can even add Lavender Sugar to some of your baking recipes.
There is much more to lavender than its delightful scent and beautful flowers. You can even plant Lavender next to your prized fruit and veg to deter those pesky little bunnies from eating all of your carrots!
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