A little European herb (Asperula odorata) having a pleasant taste. It is sometimes used for flavoring wine. See Illust. of Whorl.
A Druid sacred herb which acquires its scent after drying.
Old World fragrant stoloniferous perennial having small white flowers and narrow leaves used as flavoring and in sachets; widely cultivated as a ground cover; in some classifications placed in genus Asperula
any plant of the genus Asperula
Woodruff (Galium odoratum) is a herbaceous perennial plant in the family Rubiaceae, native to Europe, western Asia and north Africa. It grows to 30-50 cm long, often lying flat on the ground or supported other plants. The plant is also known in English as Sweetscented bedstraw, Sweet Woodruff, Wild Baby's Breath, Cudweed (G. triflorum), Master of the woods (prob transliteration), and Ladies Bedstraw.