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1. herb - a plant lacking a permanent woody stem; many are flowering garden plants or potherbs; some having medicinal properties; some are pests
  tracheophyte, vascular plant green plant having a vascular system: ferns, gymnosperms, angiosperms
  veg, veggie, vegetable edible seeds or roots or stems or leaves or bulbs or tubers or nonsweet fruits of any of numerous herbaceous plant
  barrenwort, bishop's hat, epimedium grandiflorum slow-growing creeping plant with semi-evergreen leaves on erect wiry stems; used as ground cover
  mayapple, podophyllum peltatum, wild mandrake, may apple North American herb with poisonous root stock and edible though insipid fruit
  butter-flower, buttercup, butterflower, crowfoot, goldcup, kingcup any of various plants of the genus Ranunculus
  coptis groenlandica, coptis trifolia groenlandica, golden thread, goldthread low-growing perennial of North America woodlands having trifoliate leaves and yellow rootstock and white flowers
  eranthis hyemalis, winter aconite small Old World perennial herb grown for its bright yellow flowers which appear in early spring often before snow is gone
  liverleaf, hepatica a common liverwort
  golden seal, goldenseal, hydrastis canadensis, turmeric root, yellow root perennial herb of northeastern United States having a thick knotted yellow rootstock and large rounded leaves
  false rue, false rue anemone, isopyrum biternatum slender erect perennial of eastern North America having tuberous roots and pink-tinged white flowers; resembles meadow rue
  giant buttercup, laccopetalum giganteum spectacular perennial native of wet montane grasslands of Peru; formerly included in genus Ranunculus
  false bugbane, trautvetteria carolinensis tall perennial of the eastern United States having large basal leaves and white summer flowers
  globe flower, globeflower any of several plants of the genus Trollius having globose yellow flowers
  leguminous plant, legume the seedpod of a leguminous plant (such as peas or beans or lentils)
  clover, trefoil a plant of the genus Trifolium
  cape periwinkle, catharanthus roseus, cayenne jasmine, madagascar periwinkle, red periwinkle, rose periwinkle, vinca rosea, periwinkle, old maid edible marine gastropod
  aroid, arum any plant of the family Araceae; have small flowers massed on a spadix surrounded by a large spathe
  nin-sin, panax ginseng, panax pseudoginseng, panax schinseng, ginseng Chinese herb with palmately compound leaves and small greenish flowers and forked aromatic roots believed to have medicinal powers
  american ginseng, panax quinquefolius, sang North American woodland herb similar to and used as substitute for the Chinese ginseng
  wild ginger low-growing perennial herb with pungent gingery leaves and rhizomes
  asarum shuttleworthii, heart-leaf, heartleaf evergreen low-growing perennial having mottled green and silvery-grey heart-shaped pungent leaves; Virginia to South Carolina
  caryophyllaceous plant a plant of the family Caryophyllaceae
  clammy chickweed, mouse-ear chickweed, mouse eared chickweed, chickweed, mouse ear any of various plants related to the common chickweed
  drypis spiny-leaved perennial herb of southern Europe having terminal clusters of small flowers
  coral necklace, illecebrum verticullatum glabrous annual with slender taproot and clusters of white flowers; western Europe especially western Mediterranean and Atlantic coastal areas
  chickweed any of various plants of the genus Stellaria
  new zealand spinach, tetragonia expansa, tetragonia tetragonioides coarse sprawling Australasian plant with red or yellow flowers; cultivated for its edible young shoots and succulent leaves
  amaranth any of various plants of the genus Amaranthus having dense plumes of green or red flowers; often cultivated for food
  amaranthus spinosus, thorny amaranth erect annual of tropical central Asia and Africa having a pair of divergent spines at most leaf nodes
  celosia argentea, red fox the common Old World fox; having reddish-brown fur; commonly considered a single circumpolar species
  celosia argentea cristata, celosia cristata, common cockscomb, cockscomb a cap worn by court jesters; adorned with a strip of red
  cottonweed any of various plants of the genus Froelichia found in sandy soils and on rocky slopes in warmer regions of America; grown for their spikes of woolly white flowers
  goosefoot any of various weeds of the genus Chenopodium having small greenish flowers
  orach, orache any of various herbaceous plants of the genus Atriplex that thrive in deserts and salt marshes
  halogeton, halogeton glomeratus a coarse annual herb introduced into North America from Siberia; dangerous to sheep and cattle on western rangelands because of its high oxalate content
  halogeton souda, barilla Algerian plant formerly burned to obtain calcium carbonate
  salicornia europaea, samphire, glasswort fleshy maritime plant having fleshy stems with rudimentary scalelike leaves and small spikes of minute flowers; formerly used in making glass
  pokeweed perennial of the genus Phytolacca
  purslane a plant of the family Portulacaceae having fleshy succulent obovate leaves often grown as a potherb or salad herb; a weed in some areas
  rock purslane a plant of the genus Calandrinia
  indian lettuce a plant of the genus Montia having edible pleasant-tasting leaves
  spiderflower, cleome any of various often strong-smelling plants of the genus Cleome having showy spider-shaped flowers
  clammyweed, polanisia dodecandra, polanisia graveolens strong-scented herb common in southern United States covered with intermixed gland and hairs
  crucifer, cruciferous plant any of various plants of the family Cruciferae
  stone cress, stonecress any Old World herb of the genus Aethionema; native of sunny limestone habitats
  armoracia rusticana, horse radish, red cole, horseradish grated horseradish root
  berteroa incana, hoary alison, hoary alyssum tall European annual with downy grey-green foliage and dense heads of small white flowers followed by hairy pods; naturalized in North America; sometimes a troublesome weed
  cakile maritima, sea-rocket salt-tolerant seashore annual grown for its fragrant rose or violet flowers and fleshy grey-green foliage
  crambe maritima, sea cole, sea kale perennial of coastal sands and shingles of northern Europe and Baltic and Black Seas having racemes of small white flowers and large fleshy blue-green leaves often used as potherbs
  descurainia pinnata, tansy mustard North American herb with bitter-tasting pinnate leaves resembling those of tansy
  diplotaxis muralis, diplotaxis tenuifolia, wall rocket yellow-flowered European plant that grows on old walls and in waste places; an adventive weed in North America
  diplotaxis erucoides, white rocket from Mediterranean region; a naturalized weed throughout southern Europe
  draba any of numerous low-growing cushion-forming plants of the genus Draba having rosette-forming leaves and terminal racemes of small flowers with scapose or leafy stems; fruit is a dehiscent oblong or linear silique
  arugula, eruca sativa, eruca vesicaria sativa, garden rocket, rocket salad, roquette, rocket a jet engine containing its own propellant and driven by reaction propulsion
  hugueninia tanacetifolia, sisymbrium tanacetifolia, tansy-leaved rocket perennial stellate and hairy herb with small yellow flowers of mountains of southern Europe; sometimes placed in genus Sisymbrium
  woad any of several herbs of the genus Isatis
  bladderpod any of several hairy North American herbs having yellow racemose flowers and inflated pods
  lunaria annua, money plant, satin flower, satinpod, honesty, silver dollar the quality of being honest
  bladderpod any of several hairy North American herbs having yellow racemose flowers and inflated pods
  chamois cress, lepidium alpina, pritzelago alpina small tufted perennial herb of mountains of central and southern Europe having very small flowers of usually leafless stems; sometimes placed in genus Lepidium
  hedge mustard, sisymbrium officinale stiffly branching Old World annual with pale yellow flowers; widely naturalized in North America; formerly used medicinally
  fringepod, lacepod annual herb having pinnatifid basal leaves and slender racemes of small white flowers followed by one-seeded winged silicles
  bladderpod any of several hairy North American herbs having yellow racemose flowers and inflated pods
  wasabi the thick green root of the wasabi plant that the Japanese use in cooking and that tastes like strong horseradish; in powder or paste form it is often eaten with raw fish
  argemone, devil's fig, prickly poppy, white thistle annual Old World poppy with orange-red flowers and bristly fruit
  bloodroot, redroot, sanguinaria canadensis, tetterwort, puccoon perennial woodland native of North America having a red root and red sap and bearing a solitary lobed leaf and white flower in early spring and having acrid emetic properties; rootstock used as a stimulant and expectorant
  fumaria officinalis, fumitory, fumeroot, fumewort delicate European herb with greyish leaves and spikes of purplish flowers; formerly used medicinally
  dicentra spectabilis, lyre-flower, lyreflower, bleeding heart someone who is excessively sympathetic toward those who claim to be exploited or underprivileged
  dicentra cucullaria, dutchman's breeches delicate spring-flowering plant of the eastern United States having white flowers with double spurs
  dicentra canadensis, squirrel corn American plant with cream-colored flowers and tuberous roots resembling kernels of corn
  achillea any of several plants of the genus Achillea native to Europe and having small white flowers in flat-topped flower heads
  ageratina altissima, eupatorium rugosum, white sanicle, white snakeroot American herb having flat-topped clusters of small white flower heads; reputedly a cause of trembles and milk sickness; sometimes placed in genus Eupatorium
  anacyclus pyrethrum, pellitory-of-spain, pellitory a small Mediterranean plant containing a volatile oil once used to relieve toothache
  andryala any plant of the genus Andryala having milky sap and heads of bright yellow flowers
  antennaria plantaginifolia, ladies' tobacco, lady's tobacco North American perennial propagated by means of runners
  antennaria dioica, cat's feet, cat's foot, pussytoes low-growing perennial herb having leaves with whitish down and clusters of small white flowers
  arnica an ointment used in treating bruises
  arnoseris minima, dwarf nipplewort, lamb succory small European herb with small yellow flowers
  ayapana, ayapana triplinervis, eupatorium aya-pana low spreading tropical American shrub with long slender leaves used to make a mildly stimulating drink resembling tea; sometimes placed in genus Eupatorium
  balsamroot a plant of the genus Balsamorhiza having downy leaves in a basal rosette and yellow flowers and long balsam-scented taproots
  indian plantain any of various plants of the genus Cacalia having leaves resembling those of plantain
  carthamus tinctorius, false saffron, safflower thistlelike Eurasian plant widely grown for its red or orange flower heads and seeds that yield a valuable oil
  anthemis nobilis, camomile, chamaemelum nobilis, chamomile Eurasian plant with apple-scented foliage and white-rayed flowers and feathery leaves used medicinally; in some classification systems placed in genus Anthemis
  chaenactis any of several United States plants having long stalks of funnel-shaped white or yellow flowers
  chicory plant, cichorium intybus, succory, chicory crisp spiky leaves with somewhat bitter taste
  cichorium endivia, endive, witloof widely cultivated herb with leaves valued as salad green; either curly serrated leaves or broad flat ones that are usually blanched
  coreopsis, tick-weed, tickseed, tickweed any of numerous plants of the genus Coreopsis having a profusion of showy usually yellow daisylike flowers over long periods; North and South America
  leopard's-bane, leopardbane any of several herbs of the genus Doronicum having alternate often clasping stem leaves cultivated for their long stalks of yellow flower heads
  globe thistle any of various plants of the genus Echinops having prickly leaves and dense globose heads of bluish flowers
  elephant's-foot any plant of the genus Elephantopus having heads of blue or purple flowers; America
  cacalia javanica, cacalia lutea, emilia coccinea, emilia flammea, emilia javanica, tassel flower tropical African annual having scarlet tassel-shaped flower heads; sometimes placed in genus Cacalia
  emilia sagitta, tassel flower tropical African annual having scarlet tassel-shaped flower heads; sometimes placed in genus Cacalia
  eupatorium cannabinum, hemp agrimony coarse European herb with palmately divided leaves and clusters of small reddish-purple flower heads
  eupatorium capillifolium, dog fennel weedy plant of southeastern United States having divided leaves and long clusters of greenish flowers
  eupatorium maculatum, spotted joe-pye weed, joe-pye weed North American herb having whorled leaves and terminal clusters of small pinkish or purple flower heads
  eupatorium perfoliatum, thoroughwort, agueweed, boneset gentian of eastern North America having clusters of bristly blue flowers
  eupatorium purpureum, marsh milkweed, purple boneset, trumpet weed, joe-pye weed North American herb having whorled leaves and terminal clusters of small pinkish or purple flower heads
  gum plant, gumweed, rosinweed, tarweed any of various western American plants of the genus Grindelia having resinous leaves and stems formerly used medicinally; often poisonous to livestock
  haastia pulvinaris, sheep plant, vegetable sheep perennial prostrate mat-forming herb with hoary woolly foliage
  sneezeweed any of various plants of the genus Helenium characteristically causing sneezing
  hawkweed any of numerous often hairy plants of the genus Hieracium having yellow or orange flowers that resemble the dandelion
  alpine coltsfoot, homogyne alpina, tussilago alpina rhizomatous herb with purple-red flowers suitable for groundcover; sometimes placed in genus Tussilago
  inula any plant of the genus Inula
  krigia any small branched yellow-flowered North American herb of the genus Krigia
  lettuce leaves of any of various plants of Lactuca sativa
  leopard plant any of various plants of temperate Eurasia; grown for their yellow flowers and handsome foliage
  tarweed any of various resinous glandular plants of the genus Madia; of western North and South America
  german chamomile, matricaria chamomilla, matricaria recutita, sweet false chamomile, wild chamomile annual Eurasian herb similar in fragrance and medicinal uses to chamomile though taste is more bitter and effect is considered inferior
  matricaria matricarioides, pineapple weed, rayless chamomile annual aromatic weed of Pacific coastal areas (United States and northeastern Asia) having bristle-pointed leaves and rayless yellow flowers
  rattlesnake root a plant of the genus Nabalus
  gall of the earth, lion's foot, nabalus serpentarius, prenanthes serpentaria common perennial herb widely distributed in the southern and eastern United States having drooping clusters of pinkish flowers and thick basal leaves suggesting a lion's foot in shape; sometimes placed in genus Prenanthes
  butterweed any of several yellow-flowered plants of the genus Packera; often placed in genus Senecio
  golden groundsel, golden ragwort, packera aurea, senecio aureus weedy herb of the eastern United States to Texas having golden-yellow flowers; sometimes becomes invasive; sometimes placed in genus Senecio
  bog rhubarb, butterbur, petasites hybridus, petasites vulgaris small Eurasian herb having broad leaves and lilac-pink rayless flowers; found in moist areas
  petasites fragrans, winter heliotrope, sweet coltsfoot European herb with vanilla-scented white-pink flowers
  petasites sagitattus, sweet coltsfoot American sweet-scented herb
  hawkweed any of numerous often hairy plants of the genus Hieracium having yellow or orange flowers that resemble the dandelion
  stevia any plant of the genus Piqueria or the closely related genus Stevia
  prenanthes purpurea, rattlesnake root a plant of the genus Nabalus
  pteropogon, pteropogon humboltianum southern Australian plant having feathery hairs surrounding the fruit
  feabane mullet, pulicaria dysenterica, fleabane any of several North American plants of the genus Erigeron having daisylike flowers; formerly believed to repel fleas
  raoulia australis, raoulia lutescens, sheep plant, vegetable sheep perennial prostrate mat-forming herb with hoary woolly foliage
  creeping zinnia, sanvitalia procumbens low-branching leafy annual with flower heads resembling zinnias; found in southwestern United States and Mexico to Guatemala
  costusroot, saussurea costus, saussurea lappa annual herb of the eastern Himalayas (Kashmir) having purple florets and a fragrant root that yields a volatile oil used in perfumery and for preserving furs
  scorzonera hispanica, viper's grass, black salsify, scorzonera perennial south European herb having narrow entire leaves and solitary yellow flower heads and long black edible roots shaped like carrots
  sawwort, serratula tinctoria European perennial whose serrate leaves yield a yellow dye
  holy thistle, lady's thistle, our lady's mild thistle, silybum marianum, blessed thistle, milk thistle annual of Mediterranean to Portugal having hairy stems and minutely spiny-toothed leaves and large heads of yellow flowers
  stevia any plant of the genus Piqueria or the closely related genus Stevia
  alecost, balsam herb, bible leaf, chrysanthemum balsamita, mint geranium, tanacetum balsamita, costmary leaves used sparingly (because of bitter overtones) in sauces and soups and stuffings
  camphor dune tansy, tanacetum camphoratum densely hairy plant with rayless flowers; San Francisco Bay area
  chrysanthemum cinerariifolium, dalmatia pyrethrum, dalmatian pyrethrum, tanacetum cinerariifolium, pyrethrum used in former classifications for plants later placed in genus Chrysanthemum and now often included in genus Tanacetum
  chrysanthemum parthenium, feverfew, tanacetum parthenium bushy aromatic European perennial herb having clusters of buttonlike white-rayed flower heads; valued traditionally for medicinal uses; sometimes placed in genus Chrysanthemum
  blowball, dandelion any of several herbs of the genus Taraxacum having long tap roots and deeply notched leaves and bright yellow flowers followed by fluffy seed balls
  tragopogon porrifolius, vegetable oyster, oyster plant, salsify long white salsify
  trilisa odoratissima, wild vanilla perennial of southeastern United States with leaves having the fragrance of vanilla
  matricaria inodorum, scentless camomile, scentless false camomile, scentless hayweed, scentless mayweed, tripleurospermum inodorum, corn mayweed ubiquitous European annual weed with white flowers and finely divided leaves naturalized and sometimes cultivated in eastern North America; sometimes included in genus Matricaria
  matricaria oreades, tripleurospermum oreades tchihatchewii, turfing daisy mat-forming perennial herb of Asia Minor; sometimes included in genus Matricaria
  matricaria tchihatchewii, tripleurospermum tchihatchewii, turfing daisy mat-forming perennial herb of Asia Minor; sometimes included in genus Matricaria
  tussilago farfara, coltsfoot perennial herb with large rounded leaves resembling a colt's foot and yellow flowers appearing before the leaves do; native to Europe but now nearly cosmopolitan; used medicinally especially formerly
  ironweed, vernonia any of various plants of the genus Vernonia of tropical and warm regions of especially North America that take their name from their loose heads of purple to rose flowers that quickly take on a rusty hue
  loasa any of various perennial South American plants of the genus Loasa having stinging hairs and showy white or yellow or reddish-orange flowers
  bellflower, campanula any of various plants of the genus Campanula having blue or white bell-shaped flowers
  primrose, primula any of numerous short-stemmed plants of the genus Primula having tufted basal leaves and showy flowers clustered in umbels or heads
  pimpernel any of several plants of the genus Anagallis
  black saltwort, glaux maritima, sea milkwort, sea trifoly a small fleshy herb common along North American seashores and in brackish marshes having pink or white flowers
  loosestrife any of various herbs and subshrubs of the genus Lysimachia
  plumbago any plumbaginaceous plant of the genus Plumbago
  graminaceous plant, gramineous plant cosmopolitan herbaceous or woody plants with hollow jointed stems and long narrow leaves
  herbage, pasturage succulent herbaceous vegetation of pasture land
  bur reed marsh plant having elongated linear leaves and round prickly fruit
  lobelia any plant or flower of the genus Lobelia
  abelmoschus esculentus, hibiscus esculentus, lady's-finger, okra plant, okra, gumbo tall coarse annual of Old World tropics widely cultivated in southern United States and West Indies for its long mucilaginous green pods used as basis for soups and stews; sometimes placed in genus Hibiscus
  vegetable edible seeds or roots or stems or leaves or bulbs or tubers or nonsweet fruits of any of numerous herbaceous plant
  simple any herbaceous plant having medicinal properties
  beetleweed, galax, galax urceolata, coltsfoot, wandflower, galaxy tufted evergreen perennial herb having spikes of tiny white flowers and glossy green round to heart-shaped leaves that become coppery to maroon or purplish in fall
  pyrola, wintergreen spicy red berrylike fruit; source of wintergreen oil
  pipsissewa, prince's pine any of several plants of the genus Chimaphila
  moneses uniflora, one-flowered pyrola, one-flowered wintergreen, pyrola uniflora delicate evergreen dwarf herb of north temperate regions having a solitary white terminal flower; sometimes placed in genus Pyrola
  american columbo, american gentian, columbo, deer's-ear, deer's-ears, pyramid plant any of various tall perennial herbs constituting the genus Frasera; widely distributed in warm dry upland areas of California, Oregon, and Washington
  frasera speciosa, green gentian, swertia speciosa tall herb with panicles of white flowers flushed with green; northwestern United States; sometimes placed in genus Swertia
  marsh felwort, swertia perennia perennial of damp places in mountains of Eurasia and North America having dull-colored blue or violet flowers
  bloodwort any of various plants of the family Haemodoraceae; roots contain a deep red coloring matter
  anigozanthus manglesii, australian sword lily, kangaroo's-foot, kangaroo's paw, kangaroo-foot plant, kangaroo paw sedgelike spring-flowering herb having clustered flowers covered with woolly hairs; Australia
  willowherb a plant of the genus Epilobium having pink or yellow flowers and seeds with silky hairs
  evening primrose any of several plants of the family Onagraceae
  canna any plant of the genus Canna having large sheathing leaves and clusters of large showy flowers
  maranta any of numerous herbs of the genus Maranta having tuberous starchy roots and large sheathing leaves
  banana tree, banana elongated crescent-shaped yellow fruit with soft sweet flesh
  abyssinian banana, ensete ventricosum, ethiopian banana, musa ensete large evergreen arborescent herb having huge paddle-shaped leaves and bearing inedible fruit that resemble bananas but edible young flower shoots; sometimes placed in genus Musa
  strelitzia reginae, bird of paradise any of numerous brilliantly colored plumed birds of the New Guinea area
  ginger pungent rhizome of the common ginger plant; used fresh as a seasoning especially in Asian cookery
  curcuma domestica, curcuma longa, turmeric ground dried rhizome of the turmeric plant used as seasoning
  aframomum melegueta, grains of paradise, guinea grains, melagueta pepper, guinea pepper West African plant bearing pungent peppery seeds
  elettaria cardamomum, cardamom, cardamon aromatic seeds used as seasoning like cinnamon and cloves especially in pickles and barbecue sauces
  reseda any plant of the genus Reseda
  viola a bowed stringed instrument slightly larger than a violin, tuned a fifth lower
  bog hemp, false nettle any of several flowering weeds of the genus Boehmeria lacking stinging hairs
  parietaria difussa, pellitory-of-the-wall, wall pellitory, pellitory herb that grows in crevices having long narrow leaves and small pink apetalous flowers
  kniphofia, tritoma, flame-flower, flame flower, flameflower a plant of the genus Kniphofia having long grasslike leaves and tall scapes of red or yellow drooping flowers
  asparagus officinales, edible asparagus, asparagus edible young shoots of the asparagus plant
  asparagus fern, asparagus plumosus, asparagus setaceous a fernlike plant native to South Africa
  aspidistra, aspidistra elatio, bar-room plant, cast-iron plant evergreen perennial with large handsome basal leaves; grown primarily as a foliage houseplant
  bowiea volubilis, climbing onion much-branched leafless twining South African herb cultivated as an ornamental for its bright green stems growing from large aboveground bulbs
  plantain lily, day lily any of numerous perennials having mounds of sumptuous broad ribbed leaves and clusters of white, blue, or lilac flowers; used as ground cover
  herb paris, paris quadrifolia European herb with yellow-green flowers resembling and closely related to the trilliums; reputed to be poisonous
  indian arrowroot, pia, tacca leontopetaloides, tacca pinnatifida perennial herb of East Indies to Polynesia and Australia; cultivated for its large edible root yielding Otaheite arrowroot starch
  flax plant of the genus Linum that is cultivated for its seeds and for the fibers of its stem
  cassia marilandica, senna marilandica, wild senna North American perennial herb; leaves are used medicinally; sometimes placed in genus Cassia
  anthyllis vulneraria, kidney vetch perennial Eurasian herb having heads of red or yellow flowers and common in meadows and pastures; formerly used medicinally for kidney disorders
  crotalaria, rattlebox any of various plants of the genus Crotalaria having inflated pods within which the seeds rattle; used for pasture and green-manure crops
  desmanthus ilinoensis, prairie mimosa, prickle-weed perennial herb of North American prairies having dense heads of small white flowers
  galega officinalis, goat rue, goat's rue tall bushy European perennial grown for its pinnate foliage and slender spikes of blue flowers; sometimes used medicinally
  glycyrrhiza glabra, licorice, liquorice a black candy flavored with the dried root of the licorice plant
  american licorice, american liquorice, glycyrrhiza lepidota, wild liquorice, wild licorice European perennial
  asparagus pea, lotus tetragonolobus, winged pea sprawling European annual having a 4-winged edible pod
  medick, medic, trefoil any of several Old World herbs of the genus Medicago having small flowers and trifoliate compound leaves
  esparcet, holy clover, onobrychis viciaefolia, onobrychis viciifolia, sainfoin, sanfoin Eurasian perennial herb having pale pink flowers and curved pods; naturalized in Britain and North America grasslands on calcareous soils; important forage crop and source of honey in Britain
  parochetus communis, shamrock pea trailing trifoliate Asiatic and African herb having cobalt blue flowers
  breadroot, indian breadroot, pomme blanche, pomme de prairie, psoralea esculenta densely hairy perennial of central North America having edible tuberous roots
  bush pea any of various plants of the genus Thermopsis having trifoliate leaves and yellow or purple racemose flowers
  trigonella ornithopodioides, bird's foot trefoil European forage plant having claw-shaped pods introduced in America
  greek clover, trigonella foenumgraecum, fenugreek aromatic seeds used as seasoning especially in curry
  plantain starchy banana-like fruit; eaten (always cooked) as a staple vegetable throughout the tropics
  fagopyrum esculentum, polygonum fagopyrum, buckwheat grain ground into flour
  rhubarb plant, rhubarb plants having long green or reddish acidic leafstalks growing in basal clumps; stems (and only the stems) are edible when cooked; leaves are poisonous
  sour grass, sorrel, dock a horse of a brownish orange to light brown color
  dayflower, spiderwort any plant of the family Commelinaceae
  ananas comosus, pineapple plant, pineapple large sweet fleshy tropical fruit with a terminal tuft of stiff leaves; widely cultivated
  agrimonia, agrimony a plant of the genus Agrimonia having spikelike clusters of small yellow flowers
  strawberry a soft red birthmark
  burnet bloodwort, poterium sanguisorba, pimpernel, salad burnet any of several plants of the genus Anagallis
  bedstraw any of several plants of the genus Galium
  feverroot, horse gentian, tinker's root, triostium perfoliatum, wild coffee coarse weedy American perennial herb with large usually perfoliate leaves and purple or dull red flowers
  teasel, teasle, teazel any of several herbs of the genus Dipsacus native to the Old World having flower heads surrounded by spiny bracts
  impatiens capensis, jewelweed, lady's earrings, orange balsam, celandine, touch-me-not North American annual plant with usually yellow or orange flowers; grows chiefly on wet rather acid soil
  geranium any of numerous plants of the family Geraniaceae
  oxalis, wood sorrel, sorrel any plant or flower of the genus Oxalis
  herb of grace, ruta graveolens, rue (French) a street or road in France
  dictamnus alba, dittany, fraxinella, gas plant, burning bush Eurasian perennial herb with white flowers that emit flammable vapor in hot weather
  nasturtium flowers and seeds and leaves all used as flavorings
  carnivorous plant plants adapted to attract and capture and digest primarily insects but also other small animals
  australian pitcher plant, cephalotus follicularis a carnivorous perennial herb having a green pitcher and hinged lid both with red edges; western Australia
  sedum any of various plants of the genus Sedum
  breakstone, rockfoil, saxifrage any of various plants of the genus Saxifraga
  astilbe any plant of the genus Astilbe having compound leaves and showy panicles of tiny colorful flowers
  bergenia any plant of the genus Bergenia; valued as an evergreen ground cover and for the spring blossoms
  darmera peltata, peltiphyllum peltatum, indian rhubarb, umbrella plant African sedge widely cultivated as an ornamental water plant for its terminal umbrellalike cluster of slender grasslike leaves
  alumbloom, alumroot any of several herbs of the genus Heuchera
  bishop's cap, miterwort, mitrewort any of various rhizomatous perennial herbs of the genus Mitella having a capsule resembling a bishop's miter
  suksdorfia any of several American plants of the genus Suksdorfia having orbicular to kidney-shaped somewhat succulent leaves and white or rose or violet flowers in terminal panicles
  coolwart, foamflower, tiarella cordifolia, false miterwort, false mitrewort stoloniferous white-flowered spring-blooming woodland plant
  pickaback plant, piggyback plant, tolmiea menziesii, youth-on-age vigorous perennial herb with flowers in erect racemes and having young plants develop at the junction of a leaf blade and the leafstalk
  polemonium any plant of the genus Polemonium; most are low-growing often foul-smelling plants of temperate to Arctic regions
  phlox any polemoniaceous plant of the genus Phlox; chiefly North American; cultivated for their clusters of flowers
  acanthus any plant of the genus Acanthus having large spiny leaves and spikes or white or purplish flowers; native to Mediterranean region but widely cultivated
  borago officinalis, tailwort, borage an herb whose leaves are used to flavor sauces and punches; young leaves can be eaten in salads or cooked
  amsinckia intermedia, common amsinckia annual of western United States with coiled spikes of yellow-orange coiled flowers
  amsinckia grandiflora, large-flowered fiddleneck annual of the western United States having large coiled flower spikes; a threatened species
  anchusa any of various Old World herbs of the genus Anchusa having one-sided clusters of trumpet-shaped flowers
  chinese forget-me-not, cynoglossum amabile biennial east Asian herb grown for its usually bright blue flowers
  cynoglossum officinale, hound's-tongue biennial shrub of Europe and western Asia having coarse tongue-shaped leaves and dark reddish-purple flowers
  cynoglossum virginaticum, hound's-tongue biennial shrub of Europe and western Asia having coarse tongue-shaped leaves and dark reddish-purple flowers
  blue thistle, blueweed, echium vulgare, viper's bugloss, blue devil a coarse prickly European weed with spikes of blue flowers; naturalized in United States
  stickweed any of several herbaceous plants having seeds that cling to clothing
  gromwell, lithospermum officinale European perennial branching plant; occurs in hedgerows and at the edge of woodlands
  lithospermum caroliniense, puccoon perennial plant of eastern North America having hairy foliage yielding a red or yellow pigment
  hoary puccoon, lithospermum canescens, indian paint perennial North American plant with greyish hairy foliage yielding a red or yellow pigment
  mertensia virginica, virginia bluebell, virginia cowslip smooth erect herb of eastern North America having entire leaves and showy blue flowers that are pink in bud
  garden forget-me-not, myosotis sylvatica small biennial to perennial herb of Europe, northern Africa and western Asia having blue, purple or white flowers
  forget-me-not, myosotis scorpiodes, mouse ear small perennial herb having bright blue or white flowers
  false gromwell any of several North American perennial herbs with hairy foliage and small yellowish or greenish flowers
  cumfrey, comfrey leaves make a popular tisane; young leaves used in salads or cooked
  gesneria any plant of the genus Gesneria
  waterleaf any of several plants of the genus Hydrophyllum
  california yellow bells, emmanthe penduliflora, whispering bells, yellow bells viscid herb of arid or desert habitats of southwestern United States having pendulous yellow flowers
  nemophila any plant of the genus Nemophila
  baby blue-eyes, nemophila menziesii delicate California annual having blue flowers marked with dark spots
  fiesta flower, nemophila aurita, pholistoma auritum straggling California annual herb with deep purple or violet flowers; sometimes placed in genus Nemophila
  acinos arvensis, basil thyme, mother of thyme, satureja acinos, basil balm fragrant European mint having clusters of small violet-and-white flowers; naturalized especially in eastern North America
  giant hyssop any of a number of aromatic plants of the genus Agastache
  bugleweed, bugle a mildly narcotic and astringent aromatic herb having small whitish flowers; eastern United States
  ballota nigra, black archangel, black horehound, fetid horehound, stinking horehound ill-smelling European herb with rugose leaves and whorls of dark purple flowers
  wood mint American herb of genus Blephilia with more or less hairy leaves and clusters of purplish or bluish flowers
  calamint perennial aromatic herbs growing in hedgerows or scrub or open woodlands from western Europe to central Asia and in North America
  clinopodium vulgare, cushion calamint, satureja vulgaris, wild basil aromatic herb having heads of small pink or whitish flowers; widely distributed in United States, Europe and Asia
  collinsonia canadensis, horse balm, stone-root, stone root, stoneroot, horseweed, richweed erect perennial strong-scented with serrate pointed leaves and a loose panicle of yellowish flowers; the eastern United States
  coleus, flame nettle any of various Old World tropical plants of the genus Coleus having multicolored decorative leaves and spikes of blue flowers
  dracocephalum parviflorum, dragon's head, dragonhead American herb having sharply serrate lanceolate leaves and spikes of blue to violet flowers
  elsholtzia any of various aromatic herbs of the genus Elsholtzia having blue or purple flowers in one-sided spikes
  galeopsis tetrahit, hemp nettle, dead nettle coarse bristly Eurasian plant with white or reddish flowers and foliage resembling that of a nettle; common as a weed in United States
  american pennyroyal, hedeoma pulegioides, pennyroyal erect hairy branching American herb having purple-blue flowers; yields an essential oil used as an insect repellent and sometimes in folk medicine
  hyssopus officinalis, hyssop bitter leaves used sparingly in salads; dried flowers used in soups and tisanes
  dead nettle any of various plants of the genus Lamium having clusters of small usually purplish flowers with two lips
  cape dagga, dagga, leonotis leonurus, red dagga, wilde dagga relatively nontoxic South African herb smoked like tobacco
  leonotis nepetaefolia, leonotis nepetifolia, lion's-ear pantropical herb having whorls of striking lipped flowers; naturalized in United States
  leonurus cardiaca, motherwort bitter Old World herb of hedgerows and woodland margins having toothed leaves and white or pale pink flowers
  lycopus virginicus, bugleweed a mildly narcotic and astringent aromatic herb having small whitish flowers; eastern United States
  lycopus americanus, water horehound aromatic perennial herb of United States
  gipsywort, gypsywort, lycopus europaeus hairy Eurasian herb with two-lipped white flowers
  origanum any of various fragrant aromatic herbs of the genus Origanum used as seasonings
  horehound a candy that is flavored with an extract of the horehound plant
  garden balm, melissa officinalis, sweet balm, lemon balm, bee balm, beebalm lemony leaves used for a tisane or in soups or fruit punches
  mint a plant where money is coined by authority of the government
  micromeria chamissonis, micromeria douglasii, satureja douglasii, yerba buena trailing perennial evergreen herb of northwestern United States with small white flowers; used medicinally
  micromeria juliana, savory an aromatic or spicy dish served at the end of dinner or as an hors d'oeuvre
  bells of ireland, molucca balm, molucella laevis aromatic annual with a tall stems of small whitish flowers enclosed in a greatly enlarged saucer-shaped or bell-shaped calyx
  monarda, wild bergamot any of various aromatic herbs of the genus Monarda
  monardella lanceolata, mustang mint fragrant California annual herb having lanceolate leaves and clusters of rose-purple flowers
  catmint, catnip, nepeta cataria hairy aromatic perennial herb having whorls of small white purple-spotted flowers in a terminal spike; used in the past as a domestic remedy; strongly attractive to cats
  basil leaves of the common basil; used fresh or dried
  perilla frutescens crispa, beefsteak plant South American plant having green to purple or red branches with green to purple ornamental foliage and spikes of insignificant woolly flowers with dry membranous bracts
  physostegia any of various plants of the genus Physostegia having sessile linear to oblong leaves and showy white or rose or lavender flowers
  prunella vulgaris, self-heal, heal all decumbent blue-flowered European perennial thought to possess healing properties; naturalized throughout North America
  mountain mint any of a number of perennial herbs of the genus Pycnanthemum; eastern North America and California
  rosmarinus officinalis, rosemary extremely pungent leaves used fresh or dried as seasoning for especially meats
  salvia, sage aromatic fresh or dried grey-green leaves used widely as seasoning for meats and fowl and game etc
  savory an aromatic or spicy dish served at the end of dinner or as an hors d'oeuvre
  helmetflower, skullcap any of several orchids of the genus Coryanthes having racemes of a few musky-scented waxy flowers with a helmet-shaped lip process
  blue pimpernel, blue skullcap, mad-dog skullcap, mad-dog weed, scutellaria lateriflora an American mint that yields a resinous exudate used especially formerly as an antispasmodic
  stachys sylvatica, hedge nettle, dead nettle foul-smelling perennial Eurasiatic herb with a green creeping rhizome
  stachys palustris, hedge nettle foul-smelling perennial Eurasiatic herb with a green creeping rhizome
  thyme leaves can be used as seasoning for almost any meat and stews and stuffings and vegetables
  martynia, martynia annua sprawling annual or perennial herb of Central America and West Indies having creamy-white to red-purple bell-shaped flowers followed by unusual horned fruit
  benne, benni, sesame, sesamum indicum, benny East Indian annual erect herb; source of sesame seed or benniseed and sesame oil
  common devil's claw, common unicorn plant, devil's claw, elephant-tusk, proboscidea louisianica, proboscis flower, ram's horn annual of southern United States to Mexico having large whitish or yellowish flowers mottled with purple and a long curving beak
  martynia arenaria, proboscidea arenaria, sand devil's claw alternatively placed in genus Martynia
  martynia fragrans, proboscidea fragrans, sweet unicorn plant a herbaceous plant of the genus Proboscidea
  aureolaria pedicularia, gerardia pedicularia, false foxglove multi-stemmed North American annual having solitary axillary dark golden-yellow flowers resembling those of the foxglove; sometimes placed in genus Gerardia
  aureolaria virginica, gerardia virginica, false foxglove multi-stemmed North American annual having solitary axillary dark golden-yellow flowers resembling those of the foxglove; sometimes placed in genus Gerardia
  foxglove, digitalis any of several plants of the genus Digitalis
  flannel leaf, mullein, velvet plant any of various plants of the genus Verbascum having large usually woolly leaves and terminal spikes of yellow or white or purplish flowers
  brinjal, eggplant bush, garden egg, solanum melongena, aubergine, eggplant, mad apple egg-shaped vegetable having a shiny skin typically dark purple but occasionally white or yellow
  atropa belladonna, belladonna plant, belladonna, deadly nightshade an alkaloidal extract or tincture of the poisonous belladonna plant that is used medicinally
  black henbane, henbane, hyoscyamus niger, stinking nightshade poisonous fetid Old World herb having sticky hairy leaves and yellow-brown flowers; yields hyoscyamine and scopolamine
  egyptian henbane, hyoscyamus muticus poisonous herb whose leaves are a source of hyoscyamine
  love apple, lycopersicon esculentum, tomato plant, tomato mildly acid red or yellow pulpy fruit eaten as a vegetable
  devil's apples, mandragora officinarum, mandrake a plant of southern Europe and North Africa having purple flowers, yellow fruits and a forked root formerly thought to have magical powers
  nicandra physaloides, shoo fly, apple of peru coarse South American herb grown for its blue-and-white flowers followed by a bladderlike fruit enclosing a dry berry
  tobacco plant, tobacco leaves of the tobacco plant dried and prepared for smoking or ingestion
  nierembergia, cupflower any of various plants of the genus Nierembergia having upturned bell-shaped flowers
  ground cherry, husk tomato any of numerous cosmopolitan annual or perennial herbs of the genus Physalis bearing edible fleshy berries enclosed in a bladderlike husk; some cultivated for their flowers
  salpiglossis any plant of the genus Salpiglossis
  scopolia carniolica herb that is a source of scopolamine
  boys-and-girls, herb mercury, herbs mercury, mercurialis annua Eurafrican annual naturalized in America as a weed; formerly dried for use as a purgative, diuretic or antisyphilitic
  dog's mercury, dog mercury, mercurialis perennis European perennial weedy plant with greenish flowers
  cnidoscolus urens, devil nettle, jatropha stimulosus, jatropha urens, pica-pica, spurge nettle, tread-softly a stinging herb of tropical America
  umbellifer, umbelliferous plant any of numerous aromatic herbs of the family Umbelliferae
  anethum graveolens, dill aromatic threadlike foliage of the dill plant used as seasoning
  angelique, angelica aromatic stems or leaves or roots of Angelica Archangelica
  anthriscus cereifolium, beaked parsley, chervil fresh ferny parsley-like leaves used as a garnish with chicken and veal and omelets and green salads and spinach
  anthriscus sylvestris, cow parsley, wild chervil coarse erect biennial Old World herb introduced as a weed in eastern North America
  apium graveolens, wild celery herb of Europe and temperate Asia
  apium graveolens dulce, cultivated celery, celery stalks eaten raw or cooked or used as seasoning
  apium graveolens rapaceum, knob celery, root celery, turnip-rooted celery, celeriac, celery root thickened edible aromatic root of a variety of celery plant
  astrantia, masterwort any plant of the genus Astrantia
  carum carvi, caraway leaves used sparingly in soups and stews
  conopodium denudatum, earthnut a common European plant having edible tubers with the flavor of roasted chestnuts
  coriander plant, coriandrum sativum, chinese parsley, cilantro, coriander parsley-like herb used as seasoning or garnish
  cuminum cyminum, cumin aromatic seeds of the cumin herb of the carrot family
  cultivated carrot, daucus carota sativa, carrot promise of reward as in "carrot and stick"; "used the carrot of subsidized housing for the workers to get their vote";
  eryngium aquaticum, button snakeroot coarse prickly perennial eryngo with aromatic roots; southeastern United States; often confused with rattlesnake master
  fennel fennel seeds are ground and used as a spice or as an ingredient of a spice mixture
  cow parsnip, heracleum sphondylium, hogweed tall coarse plant having thick stems and cluster of white to purple flowers
  levisticum officinale, lovage stalks eaten like celery or candied like angelica; seeds used for flavoring or pickled like capers
  myrrhis odorata, sweet cicely fresh ferny leaves and green seeds used as garnish in salads and cold vegetables; dried seeds used in confectionery and liqueurs
  pastinaca sativa, parsnip whitish edible root; eaten cooked
  petroselinum crispum, parsley aromatic herb with flat or crinkly leaves that are cut finely and used to garnish food
  anise plant, pimpinella anisum, anise liquorice-flavored seeds, used medicinally and in cooking and liquors
  sanicle, snakeroot a plant of the genus Sanicula having palmately compound leaves and unisexual flowers in panicled umbels followed by bristly fruit; reputed to have healing powers
  moon carrot, stone parsley any plant of the genus Seseli having dense umbels of small white or pink flowers and finely divided foliage
  sison amomum, stone parsley a slender roadside herb of western Europe and Mediterranean areas that has foliage resembling parsley and has white flowers with aromatic seeds
  alexanders, black lovage, horse parsley, smyrnium olusatrum, alexander king of Macedon; conqueror of Greece and Egypt and Persia; founder of Alexandria (356-323 BC)
  corn salad a plant of the genus Valerianella
  wort unfermented or fermenting malt
  peperomia any of various plants of the genus Peperomia; grown primarily for their often succulent foliage
  anemopsis californica, yerba mansa stoloniferous herb of southwestern United States and Mexico having a pungent rootstock and small spicate flowers with white bracts suggesting an anemone
  asclepiad any plant of the family Asclepiadaceae
  silkweed, milkweed annual Eurasian sow thistle with soft spiny leaves and rayed yellow flower heads
  carrion flower, stapelia, starfish flower any of various plants of the genus Stapelia having succulent leafless toothed stems resembling cacti and large foul-smelling (often star-shaped) flowers
2. herb - aromatic potherb used in cookery for its savory qualities
  flavorer, flavoring, flavourer, flavouring, seasoner, seasoning something added to food primarily for the savor it imparts
  fines herbes a mixture of finely chopped fresh herbs; "an omelet flavored with fines herbes"
  sweet basil, basil leaves of the common basil; used fresh or dried
  bay leaf dried leaf of the bay laurel
  borage an herb whose leaves are used to flavor sauces and punches; young leaves can be eaten in salads or cooked
  hyssop bitter leaves used sparingly in salads; dried flowers used in soups and tisanes
  caraway leaves used sparingly in soups and stews
  chervil fresh ferny parsley-like leaves used as a garnish with chicken and veal and omelets and green salads and spinach
  chives cylindrical leaves used fresh as a mild onion-flavored seasoning
  healing herb, comfrey leaves make a popular tisane; young leaves used in salads or cooked
  chinese parsley, cilantro, coriander parsley-like herb used as seasoning or garnish
  costmary leaves used sparingly (because of bitter overtones) in sauces and soups and stuffings
  common fennel, fennel strongly aromatic with a smell of aniseed; leaves and seeds used for seasoning
  lemon balm lemony leaves used for a tisane or in soups or fruit punches
  lovage stalks eaten like celery or candied like angelica; seeds used for flavoring or pickled like capers
  marjoram, oregano pungent leaves used as seasoning with meats and fowl and in stews and soups and omelets
  mint a plant where money is coined by authority of the government
  parsley aromatic herb with flat or crinkly leaves that are cut finely and used to garnish food
  rosemary extremely pungent leaves used fresh or dried as seasoning for especially meats
  rue (French) a street or road in France
  sage aromatic fresh or dried grey-green leaves used widely as seasoning for meats and fowl and game etc
  savoury, savory an aromatic or spicy dish served at the end of dinner or as an hors d'oeuvre
  sweet woodruff, waldmeister fragrant dark green leaves used to flavor May wine
  sweet cicely fresh ferny leaves and green seeds used as garnish in salads and cold vegetables; dried seeds used in confectionery and liqueurs
  estragon, tarragon fresh leaves (or leaves preserved in vinegar) used as seasoning
  thyme leaves can be used as seasoning for almost any meat and stews and stuffings and vegetables
  angelica aromatic stems or leaves or roots of Angelica Archangelica
  dill weed, dill aromatic threadlike foliage of the dill plant used as seasoning
  tea leaf, tea a light midafternoon meal of tea and sandwiches or cakes; "an Englishman would interrupt a war to have his afternoon tea"
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