Provencal Table Linens by Mediterranean Interiors

Lavandula (common name lavender) is a genus of 47 known species of perennial flowering plants in the mints family, Lamiaceae. It is native to the Old World, primarily found across the drier, warmer regions of mainland Eurasia, with an affinity for maritime breezes. Lavender is found on the Iberian Peninsula and around the entirety of the Mediterranean coastline (including the Adriatic coast, the Balkans, the Levant, and coastal North Africa), in parts of Eastern and Southern Africa and the Middle East, as well as in South Asia and on the Indian subcontinent. Many members of the genus are cultivated extensively in temperate climates as ornamental plants for garden and landscape use, for use as culinary herbs, and also commercially for the extraction of essential oils. Lavender is used in traditional medicine and as an ingredient in cosmetics.

Article Title : Lavandula
Article Snippet : Lavender is also used as herbal filler inside sachets used to freshen linens. Dried and sealed in pouches, lavender flowers are placed among stored items
Article Title : Quilt
Article Snippet :Albert Museum and in the Bargello in Florence. Provençal quilts, now often referred to as "boutis" (the Provençal word meaning "stuffing"), are wholecloth quilts
Article Title : Palatalization in the Romance languages
Article Snippet :labials such as [pʲ bʲ mʲ] by 'consonantification' of the offglide. Old Provençal shows [ˈrobd͡ʒe] < RUBEUM and [ˈsapt͡ʃa] < SAPIAT, and the Lombard dialect
Article Title : Spanish language
Article Snippet :in both open and closed syllables in Spanish, as shown in the following table: Spanish is marked by palatalization of the Latin double consonants (geminates)
Article Title : List of Kaamelott episodes
Article Snippet :Knight (Le Chevalier Mystère) The knights at the Round Table discuss the mysterious Sir Provençal the Gaul (Gaulois). He is in fact their own comrade Perceval
Article Title : Islamic world contributions to Medieval Europe
Article Snippet :of several influences on European "courtly love poetry". Évariste Lévi-Provençal and other scholars stated that three lines of a poem by William IX of
Article Title : History of magic
Article Snippet :games and a mixture of other languages such as Greek, Italian, Latin, and Provençal. For technical reasons connected with their publication in three instalments
Article Title : Low Mass
Article Snippet :Windmill. The story is at the end of the eighteenth century, in an imaginary Provençal castle. Pleasant and irreverent, tinged with fantasy, it depicts a priest
Article Title : Economic history of France
Article Snippet :the least Norman thatched house, Cévenol sheep barn or the most modest Provençal farmhouse." By the late 1960s, France's economic growth, while strong
Article Title : Early Caliphate navy
Article Snippet :that situated south of Al-Ubulla . Al-Ubulla were notable due to the city linens and shipbuilding production. The Charax mint appears to have continued through

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