Genus of umbelliferous plants
Genus of flowering plants of the birch family (Betulaceae) to which the alder belongs. Let's find possible answers to Genus of flowering plants of the birch family (Betulaceae) to which the alder belongs crossword clue. First of all, we will look for a few extra hints for this entry: Genus of flowering plants of the birch family (BetulaceaeAngelica, large genus of aromatic herbs of the family Apiaceae (Umbelliferae). The roots and fruit of the Eurasian species, Angelica archangelica ( see photograph), yield angelica oil used to flavour liqueurs and in perfumery, while the tender shoots are used in making certain kinds of aromatic sweetmeats; tea made from the. genus of umbelliferous plants
Wort plants. Saltwort A vague and indefinite name applied to any halophyte of the genus Salsola. Salsola kali is the prickly saltwort. Also, some species of Salicornia, the glassworts, are called saltworts.
The genus Agrocharis Hochst. , which belongs to the family Apiaceae, tribe Caucalideae, comprises up to 4 species inhabiting tropical regions of Africa. Although the genus Agrocharis was established by Hochstetter in 1844 with a single species, A. melanantha, based on Daucus melananthus, the systematic position of the genus has been much disputed. How can the answer be improved?genus of umbelliferous plants Plants of the Parsley or Carrot Family. (Previously known as the Umbel Family: Umbelliferae) The Parsley Family includes some wonderful edible plants like the carrot and parsnip, plus more aromatic spices found in your spice cabinet, such as anise, celery, chervil, coriander, caraway, cumin, dill, fennel and of course, parsley.