ginger family

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The 250 color plates showcase the orchid family, the ginger family, the complexity and beauty of flowers, plant adaptations, and unusual specimens from the Smithsonian's collection.
It actually came from the West coast of Africa and was part of the ginger family.
is a perennial herb of the Zingiberaceae, the ginger family.
This is the result of intensive botanical explorations for taxonomic studies on the members of the ginger family (Zingiberaceae) in India by V.
It's a member of the ginger family and can also have an almost citrus or floral quality.
BLACK Cardamom is the dried fruit of an herbaceous plant of the ginger family.
Evonik's latest beauty ingredient, Tego Turmerone, is the distilled fraction of turmeric oil extracted from the roots of curcuma longa, a plant of the ginger family native to tropical South Asia.
She had no-one left except her grandmother; yet sight of the ginger family cat elicited a moment of sheer joy.
They're from different plants within the ginger family, Kathy.
Grains of paradise is part of the ginger family and the flavour's a mix of ginger, black pepper, nutmeg and cardamom.
Native to tropical South Asia, it is a member of the ginger family.
The garden features examples of the Zingiberaceae plant family, also known as the ginger family.
Turmeric is ground from the root of the Curcuma longa plant, a member of the ginger family that grows wild in the Himalayas.
Curcumin, a member of the ginger family, is used by Indian traditional healers for treating a wide range of ailments from rheumatism to abdominal pain.