Lavender Blue on Wikipedia Lavender's Blue
" (also called "
") is an English folk song and nursery rhyme from the 17th century. Its Roud Folk Song Index number is 3483
Lavender (color) Lavender
(floral) (#B57EDC) #B57EDC
(web) (#E6E6FA) #E6E6FA
is a light shade of purple or violet. It applies particularly to the color
(though not native to England); also garden
periwinkle is also called
violet. The color periwinkle may be considered a pale tint of purple-
in the Munsell color system
or resting, the crest is flattened on the head. Its plumage is
in the crest, back, wings, and tail, and its face is white. The
Lavandula (common name
) is a genus of 47 known species of flowering plants in the mint family, Lamiaceae. It is native to the Old World and is
Lavender Town Lavender
Town (Japanese: シオンタウン, Hepburn: Shion Taun, Shion Town) is a fictional village in the 1996 Pokémon Red and
video games. Stylized as a haunted
Lavender (2016 film)
Jane, a blood-covered teenager, to be the only survivor. The song "
" plays in the background. Jane is raised by a foster family and has
Lavender (Marillion song)
" — 3:40 "Freaks" — 4:10 "
" — 4:20 "Freaks" — 4:10 "
" — 3:40 "
" – 3:40 "Freaks" – 4:10 "
" – 4:20
bellflower, is a semi-evergreen trailing perennial, valued for its
star-shaped flowers. It is native to the Dinaric Alps in former Yugoslavia