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1 The Sisymbrion menta of Gerard; the Menta hirsuta of Decandolle, prickly mint. Sprengel, however, takes it to be the Menta silvestris of modern Botany.
2 The Sisymbrion nasturtium of Linnæus.
3 Apparently the Sisymbriom just mentioned, and the Nasturtium.
4 Ovid, Fasti, B. iv. l. 869, speaks of Sisymbrium as being esteemed by the Roman ladies for its agreeable smell.
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