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Allium ascalonicum

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Definition of the noun allium ascalonicum

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noun

  1. type of onion plant producing small clustered mild-flavored bulbs used as seasoning

Phrases with Allium ascalonicum

Phrases starting with Allium ascalonicum:

  1. Allium Ascalonicum Fertile
  2. Allium Ascalonicum Sterile
  3. Allium Ascalonicum Condensum
  4. Allium Ascalonicum Rotterianum

Other phrases containing Allium ascalonicum:

  1. Variety Allium Ascalonicum Fertile
  2. Variety Allium Ascalonicum Sterile
  3. Form Allium Ascalonicum Rotterianum
  4. Variety Allium Ascalonicum Condensum

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Allium ascalonicum

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Google previewMultilingual Dictionary of Agronomic Plants (2012)

by G. Rehm

Gay -> 129 Allium ascalonicum L.

Google previewDictionary of Food (2009)

International Food and Cooking Terms from A to Z by Charles Sinclair

Allium ascalonicum Botanical nameShallot Allium cepa Botanical name1. Onion 2.Springonion Allium cepa var.proliferum Botanical name Egyptian onion Allium fistulosum Botanical name Welsh onion Allium porrum Botanical name Leek ...

Google previewA Dictionary of English Plant-names (1886)

by James Britten, Robert Holland

ALLIUM ASCALONICUM, L. Cibbols, Scallion, Shallot. ALLIUM BABINGTONII, Borr. +Garlick. ALLIUM OEPA, L. Onion. ALLIUM FIsToLUsmu, L. Sybie or Sybow . ALLIUM MOLY, L. Moly. ALLIUM PonRUM, L. French Leek, Leek, Ollick, Scallion.

Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Medicinal and Poisonous Plants (2016)

Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology (5 Volume Set) by Umberto Quattrocchi

in English: broadstemmed onion, twinleaf onion Allium ascalonicum L. (Allium ascalonicum ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Economic Products of India: Abaca to Buxus (1899)

by Sir George Watt, Edgar Thurston, T. N. Mukharji

Allium ascalonicum, Linn- ; Roxb. Fl. Ind., C.B.C. Ed., 288, The Shallot. Vern. — Gandhan, gandana, Pb. ; Gandana, Saharanpur, N.-W. P. j Gandana, AFG. ; Gundhun, BENG. Roxburgh gives this species the vernacular name of peeaj, but this ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia Americana (1903)

by Frederick Converse Beach, George Edwin Rines

porrum, leek; Allium ascalonicum, shallot; Allium schcenoprasum, chive: Allium score doprasum. rocambole, each of which is treated separately under its common name. Several uncultivated members of the genus are also used as food in ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Medical Terminology, Dental Surgery, and the Collateral Sciences (1867)

by Chapin Aaron Harris, Ferdinand James Samuel Gorgas

ALLIUM AscALONICUM. The shallot, a bulbous plant resembling the garlic. ALLIUM CEPA. The common onion. ALLIUM PoRRUM. The leek or porret. ALLIUM SATIvUM. Garlic. ALLIUM SchAENoPRASUM. The chive. ALLOTRIOPHAGIA.

Google previewEncyclopaedia Londinensis, Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Literature (1810)

Allium ascalonicum, or shallot or eschallote: scape columnar, leaves awl-shaped, umbel globose, stamens three-cusped. Hasselquist found the eschalotte native in ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia of the Useful Arts (1848)

Water- Shallot, (Allium ascalonicum of Linnaeus,) a bulbous- shallot. ing the beds with ...

Google previewThe Gardener and Botanist's Dictionary (1807)

Containing the Best and Newest Methods of Cultivating and Improving the Kitchen, Fruit and Flower Garden ... by Philip Miller

cusped, 27, Allium ascalonicum. Shallot or Eschallote. Lim. spec. 429.

Google previewThe American Family Encyclopedia of Useful Knowledge, Or Book of 7223 Receipts and Facts (1856)

A Whole Library of Subjects Useful to Every Individual ... by Thomas Webster, Mrs. William Parkes

5–Shallot (Allium Ascalonicum, Linn.). 2464. This was originally found growing wild near Ascalon in Palestine, whence its botanical appellation, and is supposed to have been brought to England by the Crusaders. It is a bulbous root, ...

Google previewThe Encyclopædia Britannica, or, Dictionary of arts, sciences, and general literature (1856)

Shallot (Allium Ascalonicum) is a native of Palestine. It is much used in cookery for high-flavoured soups and gravies, and is sometimes put into pickles. It is propagated by offsets, which are commonly planted in September or October.

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