Anethum graveolens

  1. aromatic Old World herb having aromatic threadlike foliage and seeds used as seasoning
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  • Dill in France is called false fennel or smelly anis it is Anethum graveolens Eneldo
  • FENNELLE = probably _Peucedanum officinale_, Hog’s fennel, a dangerous plant; certainly not _Anethum Graveolens_, which is always dill, dyle, dile, &c. Early English Meals and Manners
  • Dill or Anethum graveolens aka: Peucedanum graveolens, Anethum/Peucedanum sowa, Shubit, Inondo, Kopar, Sjamar, Bazrul shibbat, Soyah, has enjoyed one of the oldest plant relationships with man. Archive 2007-09-01
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