What is lavender?
exports Lavender : Lavender is an export plant with the scientific name of Lavandula Officinalis in the world trade.
- Scientific name: Lavandula Officinalis
- English name: Lavander
- Family: Lamiaceae
Mediterranean, Europe, and the southern Alps
Distribution in Iran
Mazandaran, Tehran, Karaj, Fars, Arak, and Isfahan
Ecology of Lavender Cultivation
High hills and sunny mountainous areas with alkaline soils are suitable for the cultivation of this plant.
Areas with cold winters and cool summers are suitable for the growth of this plant.
This plant needs a lot of sunlight, and the more sunlight it receives, the higher its essential oil content will be.
How to Propagate Lavender?
Lavender propagation is possible by three methods:
- Propagation by Seeds
- Selection of the right seed with high viability is the best way to grow lavender.
- November or early March is the time of sowing seeds in the bed. Planting rows are at a distance of 35-40 cm in the large area and 15-20 cm in the small area of the bed.
- Mid to late September is the best time to transfer seedlings to the main soil.
- Seeds required for cultivation are 7-9 kg/hectare.
- Each hectare of land needs 20 thousand lavender plants.
- Propagation by Cuttings
- Cuttings are done in a greenhouse or open air.
- Greenhouse cuttings: In this method, young side shoots are cut to a certain size and planted in the greenhouse. When the cuttings root in early spring, they are transferred to the main soil.
- Open-air cuttings: The cuttings are separated from the plants from November to March, after which they are transferred to soil with nutrients and organic matter. The cuttings are 3 to 5 cm far from each other in rows at a distance of 35-40 cm. When the cuttings are placed in grooves, 5-7 cm of the shoots should remain out of the soil.
- The grooves should be uniform to prevent water accumulation.
- The rooted cuttings are transferred to the main soil in autumn.
Note: The date of cultivation is different in various areas.
- Lavender flowers appear in early August.
- July and August are the best time to harvest lavender flowers.
- It is better to dry lavender in the shade to preserve its essential oil after harvest.
Medicinal-Therapeutic Properties of Lavender
- Heart tonic
- Improving nervous system
- Lowering blood pressure
- Sedative and anti-depression
- Treatment of migraine and typhoid
- Treatment of vaginal white discharge
- Treatment of syphilis and gangrene
- Treatment of pulmonary infections
- Removal of acne
- Helping sleep
- An emmenagogue action
Note: Please consult your doctor before using this plant for treatment.
Supplier Lavender in Iran
Maleki commercial Group exports the best quality Lavender according to the needs of the customers in the form of EXW, FCA, CPT, CIP, DAT, DAP, FOB, FAC, CFR, and CIF.
Maleki commercial Group, the Largest Exporter of Lavender
Maleki commercial Group is the largest direct exporter of Lavender in Iran and Asia. Maleki commercial Group exports the best quality Lavender according to the needs of the customers in the form of EXW, FCA, CPT, CIP, DAT, DAP, FOB, FAC, CFR, and CIF.
Global Exports of Lavender
Maleki commercial Group is the global exporter of Lavender with the most active compounds along with the best quality and price among all companies exporting this plant. This holding has achieved considerable success in exporting this plant to various countries without intermediaries.
If you need this high-quality export plant, you can confidently obtain the best quality from Maleki commercial Group with safe and standard packaging.
The Price of Lavender in Iran
Maleki commercial Group exports Lavender to Europe, Asia, and America under the brand of Elisso Sky, and has attracted customer satisfaction worldwide.