- Latin, mallows, from Greek althaia, from althainein, to heal; see al-2 in Indo-European roots. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“This old-fashioned Rose of Sharon (aka althea) came with the house.”
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“Despite this, I somehow doubt that we will see many evangelicals issuing fire-and-brimstone condemnations of the plastics industry. althea”
“= D met up with gladys, xue ni, yiwen [and her bf hahha = x], althea and ct. tour round bugis, had a awesome lunch at sakae sushi and tour round bugis again.hahaha. ate alot todae alrite ..”
“This bath is used with herbal additives, particularly eyebright, elder leaves, chamomile, hyssop, or althea.”
“Globe amaranth, auricular, balsam, the sensitive plant and the tricolor were sown in early April, lilac, Spanish broom and umbrella laurel, suckers of roses and seed of althea and the flower of the prince's feather were also planted then.”
“She must walk among the alder bushes, hardly taller than her outstretched hand, and pluck blossoms from the flowering amorpha, althea, clethra and climbing rose.”
“A hedge, formerly of roses but now of althea, encloses the whole garden.”
“The exotic cactus, with its gorgeous blossoms of scarlet, flourished where the sun shone hottest; and there were beds of heart's-ease, forget-me-nots, single pinks and carnations, creeping ice-plant and the delicate sensitive plant, shrubs of crêpe myrtle and althea, with rows of holly-hocks”
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