field balm definition

  • noun:
    • low-growing strongly fragrant perennial natural herb of southern European countries to britain; naturalized in united states of america
    • low-growing highly fragrant perennial herb of southern European countries to britain; naturalized in US
    • low-growing strongly aromatic perennial herb of southern European countries to the uk; naturalized in US
    • trailing European fragrant plant associated with the mint household having curved leaves and tiny purplish flowers often cultivated in hanging baskets; naturalized in united states; often put into genus Nepeta
    • trailing European aromatic plant of this mint household having curved leaves and small purplish flowers frequently grown in hanging baskets; naturalized in the united states; sometimes positioned in genus Nepeta
    • trailing European aromatic plant associated with mint family having rounded leaves and small purplish blossoms usually grown in dangling baskets; naturalized in united states; often put in genus Nepeta
    • low-growing highly fragrant perennial herb of southern Europe to Great Britain; naturalized in United States
    • trailing European aromatic plant associated with the mint family members having curved leaves and little purplish plants often cultivated in hanging baskets; naturalized in the united states; often positioned in genus Nepeta
    • low-growing strongly aromatic perennial natural herb of southern Europe to Great Britain; naturalized in US
    • low-growing highly aromatic perennial natural herb of southern European countries to Great Britain; naturalized in united states of america
    • trailing European aromatic plant of the mint family having curved leaves and little purplish flowers frequently grown in dangling baskets; naturalized in North America; often put into genus Nepeta
    • trailing European fragrant plant regarding the mint household having rounded leaves and small purplish blossoms usually grown in holding baskets; naturalized in North America; occasionally put into genus Nepeta
    • low-growing highly fragrant perennial natural herb of southern Europe to britain; naturalized in united states of america
    • trailing European aromatic plant regarding the mint family members having rounded leaves and tiny purplish blossoms usually grown in holding baskets; naturalized in North America; often placed in genus Nepeta
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