Girish Mahajan

Asperula tinctoria

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Kingdom  Plantae
Family  Rubiaceae
Scientific name  Asperula tinctoria
Order  Gentianales
Genus  Asperula
Rank  Species
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Similar  Asperula, Asperula cynanchica, Asperula arvensis, Galium boreale, Galium uliginosum

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Asperula tinctoria, common name dyer's woodruff, is a plant in the family Rubiaceae, a native of much of northern and central Europe from France to Russia and also of Western Siberia.

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The root is used by the ancient Greeks and Romans to make a red dye for clothing, but is less productive than the more widely used madder Rubia tinctorum.

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References

Asperula tinctoria Wikipedia


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