Word Origin for eryngium
Examples from the Web for eryngium
Historical Examples of eryngium
Occasionally we meet a genus, like Eryngium or Hydrocotyle, with leaves merely toothed or lobed.
He then gave a half-grain dose, three times a day, of the third decimal trituration of the 'Eryngium aquaticum.'
Nothing remains but a yellow salvia and the beautiful Eryngium cæruleum.Journeys in Persia and Kurdistan, Volume II (of 2)
Isabella L. Bird
The root of the Eryngium campestre, a plant common in middle and southern Europe.
Sea-holly (Eryngium) is another family of July-flowering plants that does well on poor, sandy soils that have been deeply stirred.Wood and Garden