Definition of Sweetroot. Meaning of Sweetroot. Synonyms of Sweetroot

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Definition of Sweetroot

Sweetroot
Sweetroot Sweet"root`, n. (Bot.) Licorice.

Meaning of Sweetroot from wikipedia

- of perennial herbs, known generally as sweet cicely, sweetcicely, or sweetroot. Most species are native to North America, but some grow in South America...
- Osmorhiza longistylis, commonly called long-styled sweet-cicely or longstyle sweetroot, is an herbaceous plant in the family Apiaceae. It is native to North...
- flowering plant in the carrot family known by the common names bluntseed sweetroot and blunt-fruited sweet-cicely. The plant is native to much of western...
- to Canada and the eastern United States. It is also known as Clayton's sweetroot or sweet cicely, a name it shares with other members of its genus Osmorhiza...
- (white avens) Geum urbanum (herb bennet) Osmorhiza claytonii (Clayton's sweetroot) Phryma leptostachya (American lopseed) Tribulus terrestris (puncturevine)...
- Apiaceae known by the common name western sweet cicely: 110  or western sweetroot. It is native to western North America, including the Northwestern United...
- the fruits of this species also. This plant closely resembles mountain sweetroot (Osmorhiza chilensis), and can be confused with it; however, red baneberry...
- species found in Ecuador and Peru Osmorhiza occidentalis, the western sweetroot, a flowering plant species native to much of western North America List...
- high in vitamin content. The broth can also be frozen and sweetened with sweetroot for a dessert. The planet hosts a variety of insect and pseudo-lizard...
- Monotropsis odorata Sweet pinesap or pygmy pipes Osmorhiza claytonii Clayton's sweetroot Oxalis montana mountain woodsorrel, wood shamrock, sours, white woodsorrel...