A Mediterranean perennial plant (Levisticum officinale) having delicious leaves and leafstalks and little, aromatic, seedlike fresh fruit used as seasoning.
A perennial Mediterranean herb, Levisticum officinale, with odor and flavor resembling celery.
An umbelliferous plant (Levisticum officinale), occasionally used in medicine as an aromatic stimulant.
The umbelliferous plant Levisticum officinale, a native for the hills of main European countries, cultivated in old gardens. Here is the lovage associated with older books. It's sometimes distinguished as Italian or garden lovage.
Another plant of the same family members, Ligusticum Scoticum, often called Scotch lovage. The name stretches and to various other species of the genus.
natural herb indigenous to south European countries; cultivated for the delicious stalks and foliage and seeds
stalks eaten like celery or candied like angelica; seeds used for flavoring or pickled like capers