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Definition of Ajuga
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Ajuga ChamaepitusForget-me-not For*get"-me-not`, n. [Cf. G. vergissmeinnicht.]
A small herb, of the genus Myosotis (M. palustris,
incespitosa, etc.), bearing a beautiful blue flower, and
extensively considered the emblem of fidelity.
Note: Formerly the name was given to the Ajuga
Cham[ae]pitus. Ajuga chamaepitysBugle Bu"gle, n. [F. bugle; cf. It. bugola, L. bugillo.]
A plant of the genus Ajuga of the Mint family, a native of
the Old World.
Yellow bugle, the Ajuga cham[ae]pitys.
Meaning of Ajuga from wikipedia
- within Ajuga
include: Ajuga arabica
P.H.Davis – Saudi Arabia Ajuga australis
R.Br. - Australia Ajuga bombycina
Boiss. – Aegean
Islands, Turkey Ajuga
- Ajuga reptans
is commonly known
as bugle, blue bugle, bugleherb, bugleweed, ****weed, **** bugleweed, and common
bugle, and traditionally
australis, commonly known
bugle, is a herbaceous flowering plant native
Australia. First described
Brown, it is...
de****bens is a herbaceous flowering plant native
to China, ****an and Korea. It is commonly found
in lightly forested sunny
areas, such as meadows...
- Ajuga genevensis
(also variously known
as the upright
bugle, blue bugle, Geneva
bugleweed, blue bugleweed) is a herbaceous flowering plant native
pyramidalis, commonly known
bugle, is a flowering plant
of the genus Ajuga
in the family
Lamiaceae. It is a native plant
- Ajuga chamaepitys
is a species
of flowering plant
of the family
Lamiaceae. Po****rly known
as yellow bugle
or ground-pine, the plant
has many of the same...
- is a common
to several unrelated
, especially Ajuga
reptans, the most common species
in the British Isles
- Ajuga lupulina
is a herbaceous flowering plant native
to the Himalayan mountain
ranges. This species
in sub-tropical zones
****onica is a herbaceous flowering plant native
to ****an. The species grows
as a groundcover
on the forest
near streams. It is often...
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