Definition of Satureja montana

1. Noun. Erect perennial subshrub having pink or white flowers and leathery leaves with a flavor of thyme; southern Europe.

Exact synonyms: Satureia Montana, Winter Savory
Terms within: Winter Savory, Winter Savoury
Generic synonyms: Savory

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Satureja Montana

Sattler's veil
Satureia hortensis
Satureia montana
Satureja acinos
Satureja calamintha glandulosa
Satureja calamintha officinalis
Satureja douglasii
Satureja grandiflora
Satureja hortensis
Satureja montana (current term)
Satureja nepeta
Satureja vulgaris
Saturn V
Saturnia pavonia

Literary usage of Satureja montana

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1. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1912)
"... mentioned above, an oxidase was found in Satureja montana L., and Calamintha ... related species Satureja montana, having an odor similar to pennyroyal, ..."

2. Select Extra-tropical Plants, Readily Eligible for Industrial Culture Or by Ferdinand von Mueller (1888)
"Satureja montana. Linne. The Winter-Savory. On arid hilly places at and near the Mediterranean Sea. A perennial somewhat shrubby herb, frequently used as a ..."

3. The Volatile Oils by Eduard Gildemeister, Friedrich Hoffmann (1900)
"The other two-thirds (bp 178—180°; sp. gr. 0.855; aD =—0.2°) consist of a terpene or terpenes as shown by analysis. 363. Oil of Satureja montana. ..."

4. The Gardeners Dictionary: Containing the Methods of Cultivating and Philip Miller by Philip Miller (1735)
"The Species are ; i. SATUREJA; fatit/a. J.3, Oar- den or Summer Savory. г. SATUREJA; montana. С.SP Winter Savory. 3. ..."

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