some of numerous plants of the genus Mertensia, for instance the Virginia cowslip, having sagging groups of tubular, generally blue flowers.
any one of a number of European flowers associated with genus Pulmonaria, having long-stalked leaves and coiled clusters of blue or purple plants and previously used in dealing with breathing disorders.
Any of various European plants, associated with the genus Pulmonaria, which were when used to treat breathing conditions
An herb associated with the genus Pulmonaria (Pulmonaria officinalis), of European countries; -- so-called as the noticed appearance regarding the leaves resembles that of a diseased lung.
Any plant of the genus Mertensia (esp. Mertensia Virginica and Mertensia Sibirica), plants almost linked to Pulmonaria. The United states lungwort is Mertensia Virginica, Virginia cowslip.
A European boraginaceous plant, Pulmonaria officinalis.
An American plant, Mertensia Virginica, of the identical family, in the beginning known Pulmonaria. M. maritima may be the sea-lungwort.
A lichen, Sticta pulmonaria, somewhat resembling in shape a person lung, and previously viewed as a lung-remedy: identical to hazel-crottles.
The toothwort, Lathræa squamaria, a reputed fix for diseases for the lungs.