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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture
Myrrhis (from the Greek word for perfume). Um- belliferae. Myrrh. One perennial herb native to Europe and an immigrant to other countries, sometimes grown in gardens for its pleasing scent and anciently used as a flavoring in salads. In America Myrrhis is represented by Osmorhiza (which some writers now call Washingtonia), which is known as Sweet Cicely. Two or three of the American plants have been named under Myrrhis, but the genus is now excluded from this country. It is closely allied to Chaerophyllum. Technical characters distinguish the two genera.
The myrrh of the Arabs is the gum of Balsamodendron Myrrha, a burseraceous tree which is now referred to as Commiphora; not in cult.
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