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Laurus nobilis Greek Bay
... to as Red Bay, has similarly flavored leaves to Greek Bay. Other plants with the name Bay that aren't this bay are California Bay, also known as Mountain Laurel, (Umbellularia californica) and the Bay Rum Tree ... scent for men's cologne Bay Rum. GREEK BAY (Laurus nobilis): "I have seen the wicked in great power, and spreading himself like a green bay tree." Psalms 37: 35 Greek Bay is one of the ...
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Cross Reference for common herb names to botanic herb names
... KOLA Hydrocotle asiatica GRAPE SAGE Salvia mellisodora GRAPPENHALL LAVENDER Lavandula x intermedia GREEK BAY Laurus nobilis GREEK OREGANO Origanium vulgare hirtum GREEK SAGE Salvia fructicosa GREEN CARPET Herniaria glabra GREEN SANTOLINA Santolina rosmarinifolius GRAY ...
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... one ounce each, of cloves and peppercorns two ounces of each, one ounce of dried bay-leaves, three ounces of basil, the same of marjoram, two ounces of winter savory, and ... the West Indies. The name 'Ocymum' is said by Mathiolus to be derived from the Greek word 'To smell,' because of the powerful aromatic and pungent scent characterizing most of the ...
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Desirable Herb Varieties, By Herb
... fall into both categories--as we define them--such as bay leaves, which can be used fresh when available, but which, ... Annuals Basil Chervil Dill Epazote Summer Savory Biennials Parsley Perennials Bay Chives Garlic Chives Mint Oregano Sage Rosemary Tarragon Thyme Outdoor ... Bay, no, but one can bring it inside in a tub for the winter if there's room for it in the house; Oregano, if it's the good Greek ...
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... , some gleysolic and solonetzic Ultisols Latin: ultimus, ultimate No equivalents Oxisols Greek: oxy, sharp, acid No equivalents Histosols Greek: histos, tissue Organic soils *There are general equivalents, as the definitions ... , peat, or muck. They are rather extensively developed along the southern margins of Hudson Bay, in the Northwest Territory, and occur in smaller areas in Minnesota within the ...
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justgardeners.com
... you'll be using it in your favorite Italian, Middle Eastern, Mexican, South American or Greek dish (need I say versatile?) there's only one sure way to make the right ... -5 minutes of cooking to preserve flavor. The flavor of oregano blends well with basil, bay, chives, coriander (cilantro), garlic, marjoram, mint, parsley, savory and thyme. The Aztecs combined it with ...
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True Bay Laurel Tree, Laurus nobilis
... available Click the banana to see True Bay Leaf Tree Bay Laurel Roman Bay Grecian Laurel Sweet Bay Laurus nobilis click pic to enlarge ... nobilis is the true Laurel of Greek and Roman mythology Poet laureate, Ovid, retold the story of the Greek nymph, Daphne, who was ... Native to Mediterranean regions, but famous and now cherished everywhere, Bay Leaf Tree is used in cultures worldwide as a essential ...
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Greek Myrtle
... as on the grill, Greek myrtle is a delicious culinary herb. The flavor has been described as a bay leaf/rosemary flavor. Use sprigs ... herbs. Though not well-known today, Greek myrtle is an ancient plant. It is woven into Greek and Roman mythology and was as loaded ... very well, but it is now our turn to... Enjoy growing Greek myrtle! [ Return to What We Growl ] [ Return to Ornamental / Fragrant Herbs ] ...
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Herbs: Bay Leaves
... Bay leaves, also known as Sweet Bay or Sweet Laurel, are one of the most commonly used herbs. Its history dates back to the legends of the Greek ... a bay tree (which were plentiful on the Greek isles) to hide from him. When he found out he declared the bay ... advertise with us!] Regular Columns Gilbert Menu Nasturtiums Angelica Herb Basil Bay Leaf Borage Chervil Chives Cilantro and Coriander Dill Fennel ...
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