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Meaning of Cynoglossum from wikipedia

- hound's tongue Cynoglossum baeti**** Cynoglossum boreale - northern wild comfrey Cynoglossum castellanum Cynoglossum cheirifolium Cynoglossum clandestinum...
- Cynoglossum virginianum, also known as the wild comfrey, is a plant native to North America. It is also sometimes called the blue houndstongue. It gets...
- Cynoglossum amabile, the Chinese hound's tongue or Chinese forget-me-not, is a species of flowering plant in the family Boraginaceae, native to Asia....
- Cynoglossum officinale (houndstongue, houndstooth, dog's tongue, gypsy flower, and rats and mice due to its smell) is a herbaceous plant of the family...
- Cynoglossum creti**** is a plant in the family Boraginaceae. It is native to the Mediterranean Basin, including the island of Crete. It is also found as...
- Adelinia grande, previously known as Cynoglossum grande, is a species of flowering plant in the borage family known as Pacific hound's tongue. It is the...
- Cynoglossum troodi, Troodos hound's tongue is an erect, perennial herb, 10–25 cm high, with branched stems covered with stiff hairs. Leaves alternate...
- used in gardening and herbal medicine. They are not to be confused with Cynoglossum virginianum, known as wild comfrey, another member of the borage family...
- Cynoglossum germani****, the green houndstongue, is a flowering plant species, in the family Boraginaceae, which is native to Europe. Cynoglossum germani****...
- Cynoglossum lanceolatum Forssk. is closely related to and grades into Cynoglossum coeruleum Hochst. ex A.DC. It is a much-branched biennial plant, occurring...
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