Definition of Achillea ptarmica
1. Noun. Eurasian herb having loose heads of button-shaped white flowers and long grey-green leaves that cause sneezing when powdered.
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Literary usage of Achillea ptarmica
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1. The Flowering Plants of Tunbridge Wells & Neighbourhood by Richard Deakin (1871)
"achillea ptarmica. 2. A. Ptarmica, Linn. Sneeze-wort Yarrow. Leaves sessile, linear lanceolate, acuminate, sharply serrated, often cut at the base ; Flowers ..."
2. Pharmaceutical Directory of All the Crude Drugs Now in General Use: Their by John Rudolphy (1872)
"A kind of fossil. achillea ptarmica. achillea ptarmica, Anacyclus ... Achillea Ptarmica» Stachys recta, Erigeron Canadense. Stachys annua. ..."
3. British Fungus-flora: A Classified Text-book of Mycology by George. Massee (1895)
"On living leaves of achillea ptarmica, forming very minute black spots. ... On stems of achillea ptarmica. ..."