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Definition of the noun allium ursinum
What does allium ursinum mean as a name of something?
- pungent Old World weedy plant
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Allium ursinum
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Applied in England and Among English-speaking People to Cultivated and Wild Plants, Trees, and Shrubs by William Miller
Allium ursinum Black ...
by Carole J. Skelly
Allium ursinum is awild garlic nativeto Europe and Asia. LouisP. DeGouy describes garlic inthe following manner: When you thinkof garlicthink oflilies whose relative theyare. One of the oldest recorded seasonings, garlic may be eatenraw ...
by Virginia P. Studdert, Clive C. Gay, Douglas C. Blood
Allium ursinum,A. vineale. wood g.Allium ursinum. garron atype oflarge,sturdy pony bredin Scotland; originated incross between Percheron and Highland pony.
Body Parts, Sicknesses, Instruments, and Medicinal Preparations by Juhani Norri
ramsons (Allium ursinum) and crow garlic (Allium vineale) are other poss. identifications. In VigoGloss Zz7ra hermodactyle denotes meadow saffron: ...
The gardeners dictionary (1835)
by Philip Miller
Allium ursinum (Ramsons or broad-leaved garlick). Eng. bot. 122. Scape three- cornered; leaves lanceolate stalked; umbels fastigiate. — This plant is but too plentiful in woods and hedges throughout most parts of England. The milk of cows ...
by Denis J Murphy, Brian G Murray
Aesculus hippocastanum Agave fourcroydes Agave sisalana Allium porrum leek Allium sativum garlic Allium ursinum ramsoms Alnus spp. Alopecurus myosuroides blackgrass Alopecurus ...
by John Wilkes (of Milland House, Sussex)
Allium ursinum, or ramsons: scape three-sided, leaves lanceolate, pgtiolate, umbel flat-topped. Native of Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, in woods and moist study places ; and in England is not uncommon. 35. Allium triquetrum ...
Old World and New World Traditions by Gabrielle Hatfield
Both the cultivated garlic and wild garlic or ram- sons (Allium ursinum) have been used in folk medicine. There are records of garlic used for treating worms in children in eighteenth century Scotland (Lochead 1948: 338), and in twentieth ...
by Thomas Bartram
Allium ursinum,L. Aloe arborescens Aloe barbadensis Aloe ferox. Aloe perryi ...
by Manuel Merino-Rodríguez
it aglio selvatico, aglio di campo, fr aglio campagnuolo, aglietto el de Gemuselauch, Ackerlauch, it Kohllauch de 1971 Allium ursinum en broadleaved garlic fr ail des ours, ail des bois el ajo de oso en it aglio a foglie peduncolate fr de ...
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- Allium ursinum
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- Allium Ursinum
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- Allium Ursinum
Wild Garlic growing in the Kew Gardens
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- Ramsons (Allium Ursinum)
Ramsons (Allium Ursinum)
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- Ramsons (Allium ursinum)
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- BM001161575 Allium ursinum L.
Allium ursinum L.
Hever Castle to the church / by side of spring
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- Wild garlick - Allium Ursinum.
Leaves are about 5 cm (2 ") wide and 15 cm (6 ") long.
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- Ramsons (Allium ursinum) Summerfields.
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- Allium ursinum - early stage of the blossom
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