Sunday, October 28, 2007

Lavender flowers

Lavender flowers give up abundant nectar which yields a high eminence honey for beekeepers. Lavender monofloral honey is formed primarily in the nations around the Mediterranean, and marketed worldwide as a finest product. Lavender flowers can be candied and are used as cake embellishment. Lavender is also used as a herb, either alone or as an ingredient of herbes de Provence. Lavender is also used to flavour sugar, the product being called "lavender sugar", and the flowers are sometimes sold in a blend with black tea, as "lavender tea".


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