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- Absinthe : An anise-flavored liquor or spirit that is made by steeping wormwood and other aromatic herbs (e.g., hyssop, lemon balm, and angelica) in alcohol.
- Amaranth : is a name given to many different flowering herbs in the family Amaranthaceae; its name is from Greek for "unwithering", and it was a symbol of immortality to them.
- Amaryllis : The common name for a group of showy ornamental perennials plants in the genus Hippeastrum.
- Balsam : Any of several aromatic resins, such as balsam of Peru and balsam of Tolu, that contain considerable amounts of benzoic acid, cinnamic acid, or both, or their esters.
- Barley : Related cereal plants within the genus Hordeum, grown worldwide as a major staple crop.
- Barrel (container) : A container, ranging from cylindrical to a more bulging shape, used to store all sorts of dry goods and liquids.
- Calendar : A method used for keeping time on a scale of years.
- Fern : are a group of seedless vascular plants that make up the class Pteropsida, closely allied to horsetails and whisk ferns, also considered to be ferns, with which form the division Pterophyta, that evolved in the Devonian period comprising about 12,000 species.
- Madder : The common name for several plants of the genus Rubia, especially R. tinctorum and R. cordifolia, which were both cultivated as dye plants until modern times.
- Maize : Cereal grain domesticated in Mesoamerica and subsequently spread throughout the world, and one of the most widely grown crops in the Americas.
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- Medlar : A fruit tree of minor importance, Mespilus germanica, mostly cultivated as an ornamental tree.
- Salsify : Biennial herbaceous plant (Tragopogon porrifolius) of the aster family (Asteraceae), its white taproot is cooked as a vegetable and tastes somewhat like oysters.