Carum

Carum is a genus of about 20 species of flowering plants in the family Apiaceae, native to temperate regions of the Old World. The most important species is caraway (C. carvi), the seeds of which are widely used as a culinary spice. In the Mongolian Flora (adjunctive by Urgamal M., 2012) is two species (C. carve L., C. buriaticum Turcz.) belong to...
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Carum

(Caraway) This tall, frost-hardy biennial is an ancient herb cultivated for its aromatic seeds and tender young leaves. It is found wild in European countries and Morocco. Caraway plants form rosettes of carrot-like foliage the first season and stalks topped with clusters of white flowers the next. The flowers produce an abundance of seeds. Caraway...
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Carum

genus Carum noun caraway
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Carum

[n] - caraway
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