Milk parsley

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Milk parsley is a common name for several plants and may refer to:

  • Peucedanum palustre, native throughout Europe and Central Asia and with a broad distribution in the British Isles. Formerly; Selinum palustre L.
  • Selinum carvifolia, or Cambridge milk parsley, native in much of Europe, with a restricted distribution in the British Isles
  • Selinum wallichianum, native to the Himalayas and cultivated as a garden plant