As a herb, lavender has been in a documented use for over 2,500 years. It is believed that after being first domesticated by Arabs it spread to Greece and then, around 600 BC, to Europe. It is thought that it may have come from Greek Hyeres Islands into France and later to Spain, Italy and England.
There are so many uses for this small bag of Greek Lavender. Grown, harvested, dried and packed in Nea Tenedos, Halkidiki, Greece
My favourite is to add this small bag of Greek Dry Lavender flowers in with my clothes in drawers, and I also hang them on coat hanger to deter silverfish and moths.