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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture
Myrrhis odorata, Scop. Myrrh. Sweet Cicely of Eu. Soft-hairy or pubescent, erect, branching, 2-3 ft.: lvs. thin and soft, 2—3-pinnate, with narrow-toothed or pinnatifid lanceolate segms.: fls. small, whitish, in a compound umbel which is devoid of a general involucre: fr. ½in. long, longitudinally ribbed. Eu. Gn. 72. p. 18. G.W. 15, p. 131.—Herbage sweet-scented. Rarely seen in this country, but interesting for its graceful foliage; seed may be sown in autumn as soon as ripe, and the plants will come up in spring; prop. also by division; the plant persists for years.
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