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Lavender Days in the SZTE Botanical Garden

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One of the most popular herbs is lavender. The lavender genus native to the Mediterranean region of the Mediterranean Sea includes 48 species. In the so-called monastery garden of the Botanical Garden of the University of Szeged, the 7 best-known varieties of lavender are presented to the public - for example, according to color variant, starting with the so-called lavender blue, through pink and all the way to white. It presents its lavender collection and the values associated with the fragrant plant the first in the Southern Great Plain region, June 28-29, 2014. the Lavender Festival between we found out From Aniko Németh, from the director of the Botanical Garden of SZTE.

The first Lavender Days in Szeged are organized by the Botanical Garden of SZTE and the Cultural Office of SZTE. The only lavender festival in the southern Great Plain region is hosted by the Hortus Botanicus of the University of Újszeged (Lövölde út 42, Szeged). For the programs June 28, 2014 (Saturday) and on the 29th (Sunday) between 9 and 18 hours those interested in the beauty of nature and the university's Botanical Garden, the possibilities of using lavender, and the literary and musical works inspired by the herb are invited and welcomed.

"We offer high-quality and colorful cultural programs for all ages" - He told Gabriella Tajti, head of the SZTE Cultural Office. Lavender lovers and interested parties are welcomed with concerts, plant presentations and fairs, handicraft products, and gastronomic delicacies. The lavender programs also promise great relaxation and recharging for families picnicking in the Botanical Garden. The event in the Füvészkert in Újszeged can even fill up the entire free time of the weekend, since in addition to the rich program of the Lavender Days, all the sights of the Hortus Botanicus Universitatis Szegediensis can be admired even now.

Source: SZTE Info

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