Herbs

Ονομασία Κοινό αγγλικό όνομα Κοινό ελληνικό όνομα
Achillea setacea

bristly yarrow, Yarrow

Αχιλλέα

Allium sativum

Softneck Garlic, Hardneck Garlic, Rocambole. The word garlic comes from Old English garleac, meaning "spear leek."

Άλλιο το εδώδιμο Σκόρδο. The common name comes from the ancient Greek word “σκόροδον”. 

Anchusa officinalis subsp. officinalis

alkanet, bugloss, common bugloss

Άγχουσα η φαρμακευτική, άγχουσα, βοϊδόγλωσσα, σκυλόγλωσσα, αλκάνη, λύκοψις.

Anthemis nobilis

Roman chamomille

Anthyllis vulneraria

Lady’s Fingers

Arbutus unedo

Strawberry Tree, Irish strawberry tree, Killarney strawberry tree, cane apple.

Άρβουτος η κοινή, Κουμαριά

Arbutus unendo

strawberry tree fruits

Arctium lappa

greater burdock, gobō, edible burdock, lappa, or beggar's buttons

Άρκτιο το αρπακτικό, Λάππα ή κολλιτσίδα ή πλατανομαντηλίδα ή αρκουδοβότανο

Aronia melanocarpa

Black Chokeberry, Chokeberry. The name "chokeberry" comes from the astringency of the fruits, which create a sensation making the mouth pucker. The preferred common name used by individuals who sell the berries or products made from them is “aronia berry” or simply “aronia.”

Aρώνια η μελανόκαρπη, Αρώνια.

Artemisia arborescens

artemesia (referring to the Greek goddess Artemis who so benefited from a plant of this family that she gave it her own name), great mugwort, arborescent mugwort, Tree Wormwood

Αρτεμισία η δενδροειδής, Αρτεμισία

Artemisia dracunculus

French Tarragon, Little dragon, Dragon, Dragon’s wort, Herbaceous Sagewort, Pinon Wormwood, Wormwood, Green Sagewort, Silky Wormwood, Wormwood, Tarragon, Wild Tarrago The name Tarragon is a corruption of the French Esdragon, derived from the Latin Dracunculus (a little dragon), which also serves as its specific name. First called "Estragon" derived from the Arabic word "tharkhoum'" and the Latin word "dracunculus" meaning "little dragon" probably from the way the roots curls up like a dragon.

Αρτεμισία η δρακόντια, Αρτεμίσια η δρακόντιος, Ταραγκόν, Εστραγκόν.

Asparagus acutifolius

areasparagus and sparrowgrass.

Ασπάραγος ο οξύφυλλος, άγριοσπαράγγι, σπαράγγια, σφαράγγια, σφαραγγιές, κουτσαγρέλια.

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