wild ginger

NOUN
  1. low-growing perennial herb with pungent gingery leaves and rhizomes
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  • The wildflowers, many of which bloom in May, include waterleaf, wild ginger, red trillium, Jack-in-the-pulpit, smooth and woolly blue violet, Solomon's seal, false Solomon's seal, and enchanter's nightshade.
  • Most shops sell local delicacies such as dumplings in wild ginger flower leaves and Hakka tea.
  • Pipevines share the family Aristolochiaceae with the wild gingers (asarum). SFGate: Top News Stories
  • Uterine-stimulating herbs, such as black cohosh, blue cohosh, achyranthes root, goldenseal, motherwort, wild ginger, and red raspberry leaf, have been used to induce labor.
  • African Wild Ginger, for example, is now reportedly extinct in the wild.
  • Once garlic mustard moves into an area, Feely said, it steals light, water and space from spring beauty, wild ginger, bloodroot, toothworts, trilliums and other native wildflowers.
  • The wildflowers, many of which bloom in May, include waterleaf, wild ginger, red trillium, Jack-in-the-pulpit, smooth and woolly blue violet, Solomon's seal, false Solomon's seal, and enchanter's nightshade.
  • At once a coming-of-age tale and a heart-rending love story, Wild Ginger explores the devastating experience of the Cultural Revolution, which defined Anchee Min"s youth.
  • Many of our loveliest spring wildflowers - trillium, wild ginger, Dutchman's breeches, and hepatica among them - simply can't compete.
  • It competes with native wildflowers that also flower in the spring, like spring beauty, wild ginger, bloodroot, Dutchman's breeches, hepatica, toothworts, and trilliums, stealing light, moisture, nutrients, soil and space.
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