another term for sweet flag.
a preparation of the aromatic root of the sweet flag
an Australian climbing palm which is thickly covered in sharp spines and recurved hooks. It grows in rainforest, where groups may form dense tangled thickets
a deep-bodied fish related to the sea breams, which is typically silvery but sometimes changes to a blotched pattern. It usually lives in warm coastal waters
the tropical Old World climbing palm which yields rattan, with long, spiny, jointed stems
an Old World waterside plant of the arum family, with leaves that resemble those of the iris. It is used medicinally and as a flavouring
brown cane that is used for walking sticks and umbrella handles