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Calamynthey
20121006Calamintha menthifolia1.jpg
Calamynthey ayns Schwetzinger Hardt
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Caslys strughtooragh jeh calamynthey
Rang oaylleeagh
Reeriaght: Plantae
(neu-rheynnit): Angiospermae
(neu-rheynnit): Eudicotyn
(neu-rheynnit): Asteridyn
Oardagh: Lamiales
Kynney: Lamiaceae
Genus: Calamintha
Bromf.
Dooie: Calamintha sylvatica
Co-cheayllee
  • C. ascendens
  • C. baetica
  • C. officinalis
  • C. sylvatica ascendens
  • Satureia ascendens

She lus sheer-vio 'sy ghenus Calamintha ee calamynthey. T'ee ry-akin er feie yn Oarpey Heear, sheese dys yn Spaainey as yn Teer hwoaie.[1] Share jee lhiargee faiyragh çhirrym er thalloo kelkagh, agh t'ee gaase er ayns keyljyn skeaylt, as er thalloo geinee ny mholmagh.[1] Ta niart ack dy hassoo noi thalloo feer alkalaihagh.[1]

Jalloo-oaylleeaght[reagh | edit source]

T'ee gaase wheesh as 0.6m er yrjid as 0.5m er lheead.[1] Ta blaaghyn jiarg-ghorrym daa-ghooghyssagh oc ta goll er pollnaghey ec shey-chassee.[1] She lus jeeragh crouwagh t'ayn; ta ny duillagyn eck piyral as cree-chrooagh, as ta oirr 'eeacklagh oc. Ta'n chuishlinaght oc moggylagh. Ta fynney er gish as duillagyn.

Ta blass jeih-hoaral eck, as shen ass ocsaid cis-piperitone son y chooid smoo.[2]

Ymmyd[reagh | edit source]

T'ad jannoo tey ass ny duillagyn, as jannoo ymmyd jeh myr luss blasstal.[3] [4] Ren ad ymmyd lhee jeh ayns ny mean eashyn, myr gienneyder shelley as gienneyder ollish.[1] T'ad jannoo ymmyd jee foast myr tey-lheeys lussagh noi merginaght, neuchadlaght, pian soalley, mughane as cassaght.[1] T'ad gra dy dod ee gientyn annappeeaght, as myr shen ta gaue eck son mraane correy.[1]

Imraaghyn[reagh | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 Calamintha sylvatica - Bromf. (Baarle). Plants For A Future. Feddynit er 2013-07-09.
  2. Dusanka Kitic (2001-05-22). "The volatile constituents of Calamintha sylvatica Bromf. subsp. sylvatica" (Baarle). Flavour and Fragrance Journal. doi:10.1002/ffj.995. 
  3. Huxley, A. (1992). The New RHS Dictionary of Gardening (Baarle).
  4. Facciola, S. (1990). Cornucopia - A Source Book of Edible Plants (Baarle). ISBN 0-9628087-0-9.