עֵשֶׂב, צֶמַח מַרפֵּא, עֵשֶׂב תַבְלִין
- עֵשֶׂבherbageצמחיםעשבי תיבול
Noun(1) a plant lacking a permanent woody stem; many are flowering garden plants or potherbs; some having medicinal properties; some are pests(2) aromatic potherb used in cookery for its savory qualities
(1) Early March is the ideal time to start many slow-growing flower and herb seeds for this summer's garden.(2) This is just a small selection of the many herbs that are heat-tolerant; in the herb garden dry doesn't mean dreary.(3) This article explains how to start an indoor herb garden from plants or seed and how to properly care for it.(4) medicinal herb(5) Coriander is an ephemeral plant which only lasts two to three months, so you need to regularly plant new coriander in your herb garden.(6) He makes his sirloin with an herb butter of parsley, tarragon, marjoram, basil, and sage.(7) As a medicinal herb , lilies were said to treat burns, snakebite and even leprosy.(8) The formal herb garden, crammed with medicinal and culinary plants, is the largest in Ireland.(9) The opium poppy is an annual herb with an erect stem, having a solitary flower that is white, red, or purplish, depending on the cultivar.(10) a formal herb garden(11) But they take care of their herb gardens and flower gardens themselves.(12) One of them is fenugreek seed extract, a traditional herb medicine for treating diabetes.(13) Rosemary, the herb of remembrance, flavors holiday food and decorations.(14) the banana plant is the world's largest herb(15) Secluded from the street, you dine beside an herb garden, flowers and a fountain.(16) a herb garden
1. herbaceous plant ::
Different Formsherb, herbage, herbal, herbals, herbs
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