We also collected the linum rigidum, and a semi-procumbent species of sida, which appears to be undescribed.
Name from linum, the Flax, which the leaves of some species resemble.
The common Flax (linum usitatissimum), though in its appearance only an insignificant weed, is a plant of great benefit to man.
The flax plant (linum usitatissimum) is grown in India solely for the sake of the linseed.
She has deuced near slaughtered her maid with an overdose of linum Catharticum, as she calls it.
Flax, flax, n. the fibres of the plant linum, which are woven into linen cloth: the flax-plant.
By this term we understand the bast or inner bark of the linum usitatissimum, which is spun into yarn for weaving linen webs.
Infusum lini cathartici, L. From the dried leaves of purging flax (linum catharticum).
linum usitatissimum (Tulbah) is cultivated merely for the seeds, of which oil is made: flax-dressing not being understood.
See in my future paper on linum pollen and stigma recognising each other.