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From: Scented grasses in Norway—identity and uses

Fig. 3

A scented grass braid (middle) compared to the main sources of suitable plant material available in northern Norway: Anthoxanthum nipponicum (at top), where only the culms are of suitable length, and Hierochloë odorata, with long, flexible leaves that provide the necessary material for braiding (bottom). Photograph: Torbjørn Alm 2006

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