lemon verbena

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Related to Lemon beebrush: Aloysia citriodora

lemon verbena

n.
An aromatic shrub (Aloysia triphylla syn. Lippia citriodora) native to South America, cultivated for its fragrant foliage and flowers.
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lemon verbena

n
(Plants) a tropical American verbenaceous shrub, Lippia citriodora, with slender lemon-scented leaves yielding an oil used in perfumery
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lem′on verbe′na


n.
a South American plant, Aloysia triphylla, having long, slender leaves with a lemonlike fragrance.
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