See also:stem 1-3 ft. high, and large compound leaves with broad sheathing stalks, and broad, cut or lobed segments . The small yellow
See also:flowers are
See also:borne in compound umbels . The plant is a native of the Mediterranean region, and was formerly cultivated as a pot-
See also:herb . It is now found apparently
See also:wild in
See also:Great Britain and
See also:Ireland, growing in waste places, especially near the
See also:sea and amongst ruins . In England the plant is sometimes popularly termed " alisander "; in
See also:America Thaspium aureum is sometimes called " alexanders." "
See also:foot," botanical name Anacyclus
See also:Pyrethrum, is the
See also:pellitory of Spain .
WILLIAM LINDSAY ALEXANDER (1808—1884)
NOEL ALEXANDRE (NATALIS ALEXANDER) (1639-1724)
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