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Word of the Week: Bilabiate

bilabiate [ bahy-ley-bee-it, -eyt ] adjective: having two lips     The first recorded use of the word bilabiate was in 1720, with the meaning still used today. In botany, the term is applied to flowers having long, narrow, tubular … Continue reading

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Many Mints at the United States Botanic Garden

Check out the lovely mint exhibit at the U.S. Botanic Garden! Continue reading

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