Definition of Coleus aromaticus

1. Noun. An aromatic fleshy herb of India and Ceylon to South Africa; sometimes placed in genus Plectranthus.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coleus Aromaticus

Cole
Cole-Cecil murmur
Cole Albert Porter
Cole Porter
Coleen
Coleman
Coleman Hawkins
Coleonyx
Coleridegy
Coleridge
Coleridgean
Coleridgian
Coles
Colette
Coleus amboinicus
Coleus aromaticus
Coleus blumei
Colima
Colin
Colin Powell
Colin Tampon
Colin luther Powell
Colinus virginianus
Coll
Collard
Collatz conjecture
Colle
Collective Security Treaty Organisation
Colleen
College of Cardinals

Literary usage of Coleus aromaticus

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1. The American Botanist edited by Willard Nelson Clute (1905)
"The bread-and-butter plant (coleus aromaticus) is another member of this genus cultivated in India. It has fragrant, fleshy leaves and is often eaten as a ..."

2. Odorographia: A Natural History of Raw Materials and Drugs Used in the by John Charles Sawer (1892)
"406), synonymous with coleus aromaticus *, figured by Rumphius t, and in the ' Botanical Register/ tab. 1520. It is mentioned by Royle in his 'Illustrations ..."

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