(old name of obscure meaning). Road cerz. Aosmosv. Hardy native herbs, with interruptedly pinnate lvs. and small, numerous, yellow fls., produced through summer. Lvs. aromatic. astringent. Sometimes cult. in shrubbery and wild gardens. Eupatoria, Linn. (A. officindlis, Lam.). Cosmos Ao BXMONY. Fig. 52. Petals twice as long as calyx, latter making a. small, lightly adhering bur. Cult. in herb gardens to make a tonic tea, also in wild borders. Com mon in woods: also native to En. Grows 2-3 ft. high, in little clumps, from a short rootstock.