Kellensdon seed

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Herbalism Resource
Kellensdon Seed
Description:This herbaceous, annual plant grows approximately twenty thums in height. A thin, primary stem supports several slender branches which are topped by simple one to one and a half thum long leaves. The leaves at the base of the plant are simple, shallowly lobed, and the leaves higher on the stems are feathery pinnate and divided into numerous leaflets. The flowers are white, barely a quarter of a thum in length, and grow in dense umbrels at the top of the plant.

Hirithel's Guide to Common Herbs

During harvest season, the flowers of the kellensdon plant dry and are replaced by oblong, reddish-brown seeds. The entire plant, especially the seeds, can be dried and crushed in order to extract its essential oils.

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