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Lavender and Daisy

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1 Color
1.1 Color
Blue, Pink
Orange, White, Yellow
1.1.1 Color Meaning
Blue - Peace and Serenity, Pink - Sensitivity and Love
Orange - Satisfaction and Passion, White - Purity and Innocence, Yellow - Happiness and Friendship
1.2 Stem Size
0"
0"
1.3 Fragrance
Aromatic
Aromatic
1.4 Petals
1.4.1 Number Of Petals
Sunflower
5
Rank: 5 (Overall)
13
Rank: 2 (Overall)
Lily
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1.5 Other Characteristics
1.5.1 Shape
Bell
Tubular
1.5.2 Height
Lavender
60.00 cm
Rank: 2 (Overall)
3.00 cm
Rank: 15 (Overall)
Verbena
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1.5.3 Diameter
Daffodil
Not Available
Rank: 100 (Overall)
2.50 cm
Rank: 11 (Overall)
Iris
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1.6 Line
Not Available
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1.7 Silhouette
Not Available
Not Available
1.8 Blossom Texture
Not Available
Not Available
1.9 Blossom Size
0"
0"
1.10 Form
Not Available
Not Available
2 Care
2.1 Growing Conditions of
2.1.1 Sunlight
Full Sun
Full Sun
2.1.2 Watering
Diligently
Enough
2.2 Soil
2.2.1 Type of Soil
Well-drained
Well-drained
2.2.2 The pH of Soil
Dandelion
6.50
Rank: 4 (Overall)
6.00
Rank: 6 (Overall)
Gardenia
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2.2.3 Essential Fertilizers
Lime stone
Sulphur
2.3 Common Pests and Diseases
2.3.1 List of Pests
Aphids, Whiteflies
Aphids, Mites, Nematodes, Spider Mites, Thrips, Whiteflies
2.3.2 List of Diseases
Bacterial leaf spot or blast, Root Rot
Alternia Leaf Spot, Bacterial leaf spot or blast, blight, Crown rot, Downy mildew, Powdery Mildew, Root Rot, Rust, Wilt
2.4 Bloom Time
All Summer Season
All Summer Season, Fall Season
2.5 Vase Life
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3 Interesting Facts
3.1 Facts
3.1.1 History
3.1.2 Origin
Africa, Mediterranean Region, Southern Asia
America, Australasia, Central Europe, Northern Europe, Western Europe
3.2 Interesting Facts of
  • In ancient times Lavenders were used for mummification in Egypt.
  • The word lavender has originated from a latin word 'Lavare' which means 'to wash'.
  • Name "daisy" means "day's eyes" and when given to another person stands for transfer of secret from the giver to the receiver.
  • Daisy opens the flower at dawn and closes it at night.
3.3 Lifespan
Perennials - a plant that lives for three or more years
Perennials - a plant that lives for three or more years
3.4 Habit
Shrubs
Climber
3.5 Flower Meaning
3.6 Astrological Flower
3.7 Birth Month Flower
3.8 Flower Availability
4 Benefits
4.1 Uses
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4.2 Health Benefits
Cures abdominal diseases, Reduces risk of cancer, Regulates the Menstruation cycle
Best remedy for Cough & Cold, Cures Constipation, Cures Urinal tract inflammations, Good for liver and gallbladder, Good remedy for Diarrhea, Prevents Cystitis, Regulates the Menstruation cycle
4.2.1 Medicinal Uses
Acts as an anti-inflammatory, It has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties, It has anti-septic properties
Acts as a antispasmodic, Acts as an anti-inflammatory, Natural Healer, Treats mouth sores
4.2.2 Culinary Uses
Included in wines and cocktails, Used as flavor food in deserts and ice creams, Used in salads, soups and sandwiches
Used in salads, soups and sandwiches
4.3 Other Benefits
4.3.1 Design Uses
4.3.2 Cosmetic Uses
Used after facial and cleansing, Used in creams, hand lotions and in essential oils, Used in nail paints and lipstick shades, Used in Perfumes, Used in shampoos and soaps
Lightens the skin, Used as a by- product in fairness creams, Used in Perfumes
4.3.3 Occasional Uses
Wedding
Father's Day, Thanksgiving Day
4.4 Allergy
NA
Asthma, Dark circles under eyes, Hayfever, Headache, Itching, Itchy eyes, Itchy throat, Persistent upward rubbing of nose, Red eyes, Runny nose, Sinus pain, Sneezing
5 Family
5.1 Common Name
5.2 Tribe
5.3 Scientific Name
Lavandula
Bellis perennis
5.4 Kingdom
Plantae
Plantae
5.4.1 Sub kingdom
Tracheobionta
Tracheobionta
5.5 Super Division
Spermatophyte
Spermatophyta
5.5.1 Division
Magnoliophyta
Magnoliophyta
5.5.2 Order
Lamiales
Asterales
5.6 Class
Magnoliopsida
Magnoliopsida
5.7 Family
Lamiaceae
Asteraceae
5.7.1 Sub Family
Nepetoideae
Asteroideae
5.8 Genus
Not Available
Not Available
5.9 Number of Species
Not Available
Rank: N/A (Overall)
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Rank: N/A (Overall)

About Lavender and Daisy

It is said that earth laughs with flowers. Be it Fragrant Flowers or non-fragrant flowers, they keep the surrounding cheerful. They are the best gift from mother earth. Let’s know about Lavender and Daisy facts like color, shape, fragrance, growing conditions and benefits in the sections below.

More about Lavender and Daisy Facts and color

You must be curious to know more about Lavender and Daisy facts and color. flowers.comparespecies.com will let you know all the Interesting Facts about Lavender and Daisy. Lavender comes in Blue, Pink colors whereas Daisy flowers are with Orange, White, Yellow colors. Other Lavender and Daisy facts will definitely amuse you.

Lavender and Daisy growing conditions

Absolute growing condition is the only key to keep plants in good health and in good shape. Let’s learn about essential Lavender and Daisy growing conditions. Lavender requires Full Sun and Diligently watering with 6.50 of Well-drained soil. Daisy needs Full Sun and Enough watering with 6.00 of Well-drained soil. Get other Lavender and Daisy facts in the sections below.

Lavender and Daisy Facts

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Lavender and Daisy Classification

After knowing about various Lavender and Daisy facts, let's study their classification. Based on genetic and physical features, Lavender and Daisy classification starts with knowing their scientific name. The scientific name of Lavender and Daisy is Lavandula and Bellis perennis respectively. Lavender belongs to Lamiaceae family whereas Daisy falls under Asteraceae family. Also check out Flowers by Color so as to plant colorful aroma in the garden.

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