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The bird’s beak evolved to gather nectar from flowers with long tubular corollas, including a passionflower that is deeply reliant on the avian rapier for pollination.
In particular, a cup of passionflower and chamomile tea can be very relaxing, says Ronald Stram, MD, founder of the Center for Integrated Health and Healing in Delmar, New York.
Gardeners may spot sweet alyssum, passionflower and yarrow, but others probably won’t.
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PASSIONFLOWER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of passionflower for English Language Learners
: a tall plant with large flowers and berries that are often eaten as fruit
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