LAVENDER - COTTON, SANTOLINA Scientific Name:
Santolina chamaecyparissusGet the latest pricelists here
- Dense aromatic shrub.
- Silver-gray filamentous leaves.
- Toothed along the edges.
- Small solitary bright yellow flowers in summer.
- Daisy family.
- Hardy evergreen. Full sun.
- Clip to shape in spring.
- Cut back after flowering.
- For hedges, edges and knot gardens
- Use sparingly.
- Flavor meat and fish dishes, grains, soups and sauces
Medicinal Uses. It is said that:
- Leaves and flowering stems
- Bitter, stimulating – chamomile-like aroma
- Reduces inflammation, improves digestion
- Stimulates uterus (menstrual problems), liver (jaundice), expel intestinal parasites
- Externally: Wash for stings, bites, minor wounds, skin inflammation, ringworm , scab
- Rub for rheumatism and painful joints
- Insect and moth repellent:
- Moths, fish moths, insects, fleas
- Branches - lay in drawers, under carpets, hang in closets, distribute among books
- Fresh – Sprinkle in kennels and in sleeping baskets of cats to repels fleas.
- Other: Use in sachets and potpourris
- Long lasting cut flower
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