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Hardy to below zero, these Japanese natives are actually herbaceous perennials.
The main ingredient is centella asiatica, an herbaceous plant that’s been used for centuries to calm angry skin (the folklore goes that Asian tigers are known to roll around in it to get the most of its soothing properties).
Indoor flowering and foliage plants were next at $362.9 million, followed by bedding plants, color and herbaceous perennials at $239 million.
Forego the usual Rioja pairing for a less-common glass of Bierzo, a Spanish red made from the herbaceous mencía grape.
Partner, general manager, and beverage director Jan Henrichsen infuses a few vodka shots, ideal for the raw seafood—one spiced with gochuchang, another herbaceous with tarragon, each garnished with bread and pickles.
So too were the profuse herbaceous borders of Dartington Hall in Devon, Charleston in Sussex and the home of Mary Keen, a friend and neighbor and one of the world’s top landscape designers.
Esquites is similar in spirit but easier to eat: The kernels are shaved from the cob, cooked in chicken broth with herbaceous epazote, ladled into a plastic cup, and topped with mayo, queso, and chili.
Among them are the Gap Tooth Fizz, a frothy egg-white-capped gin-and-mezcal refresher, and the Middle West, with Old Tom Gin and herbaceous vermouth offering cover for Malort's bitter kiss.
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