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Clary
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Historic

Clary, or English Clary, is Silvia Sclarea, also known as Clary Sage, Clear Eye and Eyebright, a herb with erect spikes of blue flowers. Both the seeds and leaves were used as flavourings in food and in beer. The plant is now very rare.


Clary, or Eyebright
Image: Jason Hollinger



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