Origin of goose grass
Examples from the Web for goose grass
Scratch′-weed, the goose-grass; Scratch′-wig, a wig that covers only part of the head; Scratch′-work, a kind of wall decoration.
A valuable ointment may be made of a pound of fresh lard, and as much cliver or goose-grass as the lard will moisten.
The reason I asked, a fellow told me you made your soup out of muskrat-tails and goose-grass.The Huntress|Hulbert Footner
The goose-grass depends on the possession of delicate little hooks covering stem and leaves.Rustic Sounds|Francis Darwin
It feeds on goose-grass (Galium aparine), and other kinds of bedstraw, in May and early June.The Moths of the British Isles, Second Series|Richard South