Jerusalem Oak (Chenopodium botrys)
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Gold/green dyes can be obtained from the whole plant.
The dried plant is a moth repellent. The aromatic and ornamental flower spikes are used[1, 74, 200].
The whole plant is very aromatic and is used as a scent in pillows, bags, baskets etc[207, 257].
Cultivation & Habitat
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