Bee and lavender.
Lavender has been known as a fragrant plant since ancient times. It is widely used in folk medicine.
Its wide application is now due to the essential oil extracted from the colors (0.8-1.5%), which is widely used in perfumery, aromatization of soaps, in the production of paints and varnishes, etc.
Lavender color is an insecticide, especially for fighting the moth and in the civilized world shifted the use of naphthalene for domestic purposes.
Lavender is a valuable honey plant. From 1 ha, bees collect 10-18 kg of honey.