Ligusticum scoticum L.

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Scots Lovage

Ligusticum scoticum, known as Scots lovage,[3] or Scottish licorice-root,[4] is a perennial flowering plant in the celery family Apiaceae (previously Umbelliferae) found near the coasts of northern Europe and north-eastern North America. It grows up to 60 centimetres (24 in) tall and is found in rock crevices and cliff-top grassland. It is closely related to, and possibly conspecific with, Ligu... © Wikipedia authors and editors (licence)

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