Galium

(Baby's Breath, Bedstraw, Lady's Bedstraw, Sweet Woodruff, Yellow Bedstraw) This group of plants is includes hardy and tender herbaceous perennials, which are natives of Europe and most of which have been naturalized in North America. The name is derived from gala, milk, and refers to the fact that G. verum has been used to curdle milk. G. o
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Galium

[n] - annual or perennial herbs: bedstraw
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Galium

Galium is a genus of hardy annual and perennial plants belonging to the family Rubiaceae.
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Galium

Galium is a large genus of annual and perennial herbaceous plants in the family Rubiaceae, occurring in the temperate zones of both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres. Some species are informally known as bedstraw. There are over 600 species of Galium, with estimates of 629 to 650 as of 2013. The field madder, Sherardia arvensis, is a close rel
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