Lobularia maritima

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  • noun

Synonyms for Lobularia maritima

perennial European plant having clusters of small fragrant usually white flowers

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A close relative of the more common sweet birch, it was discovered in 1914 by W.
But those leaves were of calamus gress, the common sweet flag grass of America, and not, for him, solely democratic herbage but also phallic symbol; and he who gathered them exposed himself by the display of a Hemmingway-like insistence on his maleness that strikes as pathological.
Plants are big (they are common sweet corn), but the ears, harvested when the silks first appear, are tiny.
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