garden heliotrope definition

  • noun:
    • A widely cultivated valerian (Valeriana officinalis) having groups of tiny, fragrant, purplish, green, or white flowers and strong-smelling rhizomes formerly found in medicine.
    • high rhizomatous plant having really fragrant plants and rhizomes used medicinally
    • A widely cultivated valerian (Valeriana officinalis) having clusters of tiny, fragrant, purplish, red, or white blossoms and strong-smelling rhizomes formerly utilized in medicine.
    • high rhizomatous plant having really fragrant plants and rhizomes used medicinally
    • A widely cultivated valerian (Valeriana officinalis) having groups of little, fragrant, purplish, green, or white flowers and strong-smelling rhizomes previously utilized in medication.
    • A widely cultivated valerian (Valeriana officinalis) having groups of tiny, fragrant, purplish, pink, or white flowers and strong-smelling rhizomes formerly found in medication.
    • high rhizomatous plant having really fragrant blossoms and rhizomes utilized medicinally
    • tall rhizomatous plant having extremely fragrant plants and rhizomes utilized medicinally
    • A widely cultivated valerian (Valeriana officinalis) having clusters of little, fragrant, purplish, green, or white blossoms and strong-smelling rhizomes previously found in medicine.
    • a commonly cultivated valerian (Valeriana officinalis) having groups of little, fragrant, purplish, red, or white flowers and strong-smelling rhizomes formerly utilized in medication.
    • high rhizomatous plant having really fragrant flowers and rhizomes utilized medicinally
    • high rhizomatous plant having extremely fragrant flowers and rhizomes utilized medicinally
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