Lavande is mainly inspired by La Provence situated in the South East coast of France which extends from the left bank of the lower Rhône River on the west to the Italian border on the east, and is bordered by the Alps on the north and the Mediterranean Sea on the south. While some of the emblematic icons of Provence – the lavender fields or the Mont Saint Vincent so often painted by Cézanne – are or seem specifically attached to this region, others including the olive trees, the dry rocky coastline with its scented stunted pine trees, the evening air filled with the chi-chi-chi of a thousand crickets, and even the villages and vineyards, are actually features that characterize large stretches of the Mediterranean coast and its hinterland

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