Its name derives from Latin lavare which means "to wash". The Greeks and the Romans used it as a fragrance in soaps. Later, lavander was brought to Britain where monks started cultivating it in their monastic gardens for medicinal purposes only.
Lavander can be added to various aromatic herbs to enhance the flavor of roasted and stewed meats, but it is best on lamb. It's scented flowers and leaves are used in jellies and vinegars.
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