|another name for gas plant|
|[C17: from New Latin: a little ash tree, from Latin frāxinus ash]|
ornamental, gland-covered perennial herb, of the rue family (Rutaceae), native to Eurasia. The flowers (white or pink) and the leaves give off a strong aromatic vapour which can be ignited, hence the names gas plant and burning bush.
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