Translation of cow-parsley in Spanish:


perifollo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkaʊˌpɑrsli/ /ˈkaʊˌpɑːsli/


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    perifollo masculine
    • They are the tap roots of a plant in the umbelliferae family which includes parsley, cow parsley and hemlock.
    • Lots of flowers down there at the moment - irises, hawthorn, buttercups, cow parsley, herb robert.
    • With the onset of summer there's the cow parsley, poppies, honeysuckle, wild roses, speedwell, ragged robin and foxgloves.
    • Threads have been dyed in authentic colours of the period, using natural dyes which have been derived from plants like cow parsley.
    • Wild chervil is another name for the common wild plant cow parsley.
    • Meadow flowers, like cow parsley and nettles, were being grazed by the occasional elk or aurochs.
    • I had a brief flurry of activity when the cow parsley stem I was using as a float started to jerk upstream.
    • Farmyards were heralded by cow parsley, and the woods reeked of wet dog.
    • It was quite clear that the garden he was describing was an English idyll sprouting cow parsley, chestnut trees and long green grass.
    • The foaming heads of white cow parsley provide a superb foil to the pink peaflowers of the Judas tree.
    • Ragwort and cow parsley grew almost as high as the platform.
    • She also created more delicate designs: florets of cow parsley and Slovakian folk-style peasant motifs.
    • The shop sold clotted cream, the paths were lined with split log fences and cow parsley and we were less than a mile from the sea.
    • Uncontrolled growth of weeds and cow parsley had totally concealed entrances.