Smyrnium olusatrum

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Synonyms for Smyrnium olusatrum

European herb somewhat resembling celery widely naturalized in Britain coastal regions and often cultivated as a potherb

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Papa et al., "A forgotten vegetable (Smyrnium olusatrum L., Apiaceae) as a rich source of isofuranodiene," Food Chemistry, vol.
Roedd dail y dulys ym mhobman (Smyrnium olusatrum; Alexanders), yn sgleinio'n ir yn haul y pnawn ac roedd arogl cnau coco'n codi'n gryf o'r eithin.
ulmifolius 2 1 1 2 P Clematis vitalba 2 2 H Calystegia sylvatica 1 P Prunus spinosa P Crataegus monogyna NP Rhus coriaria P Pyrus spinosa NP Rosa canina Companions H Smyrnium olusatrum 1 + H Piptatherum miliaceum + G Arundo collina 1 1 H Ampelodesmos mauritanicus G Oxalis pes-caprae + + H Parietaria judaica G Allium triquetrum G Adiantum capillus-veneris H Carex divulsa H Polypodium cambricum subsp.
Alexanders Latin: Smyrnium olusatrum Where: Around old monasteries and castles and other places where it was once cultivated as a celery-like vegetable and for medicinal uses.
reuteriana, Melittis melissophyllum, Cytisus striatus and Ulex minor +, Arbutus unedo 1 in 6; Vincetoxicum nigrum +, Ceratocapnos claviculata 1 in 7; Anthriscus sylvestris + in 12; Carex flacca and Myosotis scorpioides + in 10; Juglans regia r, Smyrnium olusatrum + in 11; Myosotis gr.
Un amlwg iawn ydi'r dulys (Smyrnium olusatrum), ac Alexanders ydi'r enw Saesneg arno fo.