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VINTAGE Dried Lavender 50g

Dried Lavender is simply the flower buds (calyxes), or stems (bundles) that have been harvested and preserved by drying. This dried Lavender material can be made into various products, craft items or for culinary use in teas and Herbes De Provence.
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