What is lavender?
Lavender is a small perennial evergreen shrub of Dicotyledon, Lamiaceae, and Lavender. It is native to the Mediterranean coast. The leaves are narrow, gray-green, and the stems are erect. They bloom in summer and autumn abroad. They are spike-like inflorescences. The inflorescence is 5-15 cm long. The color of the flower varies depending on the variety, such as blue, lavender, purple, deep purple and white, etc. The blue is the most universal.
Flower language of lavender
In European tradition, lavender seems to be naturally related to love. A lot of love legends or folk customs involve lavender. “Lavender represents true love” is the most representative lyrical poem of the Elizabethan era. The flower language of lavender is “waiting for love”. Just like the interpretation of TV series, lavender means an implicit expression of love, a firm promise, and can finally hold the child’s hand in suffering.