A hairy yearly or biennial plant (Abelmoschus moschatus) native to exotic Asia and achieving yellow plants with crimson centers. Its developed for its seed. Also referred to as ambrette, musk mallow.
An evergreen shrub, Abelmoschus moschatus of East and West Indies and Northern Africa, whoever musky seeds are employed in perfumery and taste coffee; -- occasionally known as musk mallow.
An evergreen shrub (Abelmoschus moschatus -- formerly Hibiscus moschatus), of East and western Indies and Northern Africa, whose musky seeds are employed in perfumery also to taste coffee; -- sometimes known as musk mallow. The seeds create ambrette-seed oil.
A plant of this previous genus Abelmoschus. Also spelled abelmusk.
bushy herb of tropical Asia grown because of its yellowish or pink to scarlet blooms that resemble the hibiscus