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Definition of the noun Achillea ageratum
What does Achillea ageratum mean as a name of something?
Achillea ageratum is a species of Achillea.
- synonyms: species Achillea ageratum / Achillea decolorans / species Achillea decolorans / Achillea viscosa / species Achillea viscosa / Conforata ageratum / species Conforata ageratum
- kingdom: Plantae
- phylum: Tracheophyta
- class: Magnoliopsida
- order: Asterales
- family: Asteraceae
- genus: Achillea
- observational distribution: specimen and observational data from the Global Biodiversity Information Facility Network (not necessarily true occurrence density gradients)
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Achillea ageratum is a kind of Achillea.
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Achillea ageratum
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The Indispensable Green Resource for Every Gardener by Fern Marshall Bradley, Barbara W. Ellis, Ellen Phillips
AJUGA 31 Achillea Ageratum Ajuga.
Applied in England and Among English-speaking People to Cultivated and Wild Plants, Trees, and Shrubs by William Miller
Achillea Ageratum Water. The genus Myriophyllum Woolly. Achillea tomentosa Milk-bush, African.
Medical Lexicon. A New Dictionary of Medical Science, containing a concise account of the various subjects and terms, ... and formulae for ... preparations etc. Third edition (1865)
Achillea ageratum—c. Indicus, Costus—c. den Jardina, Balsamita suaveolens — c. Nigra, Cynara scolymus—c. Speciusus, Costus. COSTYLE. Cotyle. COTA ...
Or, Familiar Explanations of the Terms Used in All Arts and Sciences by George Crabb
The species are mostly perennials and natives of Europe ; the principal are the Achillea ageratum, Sweet Milfoil or Maudlin. — Achillea falcata, Sickle-leaved Milfoil. — Achillea tomentosa, Woolly Milfoil. — Achillea pu- bescens, Downy Milfoil.
Containing ... Lexicon by Robley Dunglison
Visquense, Achillea ageratum. ACHILLEINUM, see Achillea Millefolium. ACHILLE'IS, (axi) Ants.) A beautiful species of barley, mentioned by Theophrastus and Galen, called after Achilles, a labourer. The decoction was used in fevers and ...
Lexicon Medicum (1860)
Medical Dictionary by Robert Hooper
AcHILLEA AGERATUM. Maudlin, or maudlin tansy. Balsamita famina; Eupatorium. Mesues . This plant, the ageratum of the shops, is described by Linnaeus as .Achillea:-foliis lanceolatis, obtusis, acutoserratis. It is esteemed in some countries ...
The gardeners dictionary (1835)
by Philip Miller
Achillea ageratum (sweet Maudlin). Leaves lanceolate, obtuse, sharply serrate ; corymbs contracted. — Commonly known by the title of Su-eet Maudlin. It was formerly used in medicine more than it is at present It is but little cultivated for sale .
by Robert HOOPER (M.D.), Klein Grant
The oflicinal plant ordered by the name Emla major, in some pharmacopceias, is the Euphorln'a palusiris— umbella multifida, bt'fido, involucellis ovatis, foliit See Achillea ageratum. See Agrimonia eupalanceolatis, ramis :terilt'bur, of Linnmus.
A Medical Dictionary: containing an explanation of the terms in surgery , medicine, etc. Second edition (1813)
by John James Watt
Bellis perennis Chrysanthemum leucanthemum _ Matricaria chamomilla parthcnium Anthemis cotula nobilis pyrethrum Achillea ageratum 811712millefolium moschata tarmica Sigesbeckia orientalis POLYGANIA ' FRUSTRANEA' Centaurea ...
by George A. Burdock
and in several essential oils: French peppermint, Java cit- ronella, Reunion geranium, tea, Teucrium chamaedrys, Eucalyptus amigdalina, Achillea ageratum, Artemisia camphorata, and others; also in the aromas of strawberry and raspberry; ...
by John Wilkes (of Milland House, Sussex)
Achillea ageratum, or sweet milfoil or maudlin : leaves lanceolate obtuse sharply serrate. It is a native of Italv, about Florence, Leghorn, Nice, &c. of the south of France, about Montpelier, Orange, &c. and of Spain; by road sides : flowering from ...
The Rural Cyclopedia, Or A General Dictionary of Agriculture, and of the Arts, Sciences, Instruments, and Practice, Necessary to the Farmer, Stockfarmer, Gardener, Forester, Landsteward, Farrier, & C (1857)
by John Marius Wilson
The sweet maudlin milfoil, Achillea ageratum, is a native of the South of Europe, and was introduced to Britain in the latter part of the 16th century. Its stem is about two feet high; its leaves are evergreen and undivided; and its flowers are yellow ...
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