Valerianaceae

The Valerianaceae Batsch, the valerian family, was a family of flowering plants that is now considered part of the Caprifoliaceae. Plants are generally herbaceous, and their foliage often has a strong, disagreeable odor. They are found native in most regions of the world except for Australia. Some species are cultivated as ornamentals or used in h...
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Valerianaceae

family Valerianaceae noun genus of mostly herbs having a characteristic fetid odor
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Valerianaceae

the valerian family of the teasel order (Dipsacales), containing about 10 genera and more than 400 species of annual and perennial herbs, a few ... [1 related articles]
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Valerianaceae

Valerianaceae is the Valerian family of plants. They are chiefly natives of the north temperate zone and are herbaceous plants and shrubs having simple or compound, opposite leaves, clusters of small flowers, and dry, indehiscent fruit. Their medicinal properties as antispasmodics have been utilised from ancient days.
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Valerianaceae

[n] - genus of mostly herbs having a characteristic fetid odor
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