Alexanders

(Smyrnium) Black Loveage, Horse Parsley and Alexanders; these are all common names for this herb. At one time, Alexanders were grown as a major culinary and medicinal plant, but are now hardly seen in today's herb garden. This biennial is large and resembles celery. They grow from 3 to 5 feet high and their dark stems are topped by glossy, 3-part l...
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Alexanders

• (n.) Alt. of Alisanders
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Alexanders

Alexanders (Smyrnium olusatrum) is a plant of the family Umbelliferae. A native of Britain, Alexanders was once cultivated for its leaf-stalks, which, having a pleasant aromatic flavour, were blanched and used instead of celery - a vegetable that has taken its place.
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