What is another word for scots heather?

Pronunciation: [skˈɒts hˈɛðə] (IPA)

Scots heather is a decorative plant that is also referred to as heath, ling or simply heather. Heather belongs to the family Ericaceae and it is primarily found in Europe, Asia and North America. The plant has many synonyms including Calluna vulgaris, which is its scientific name, and Erica cinerea, Erica tetralix, and Erica arborea. Other synonyms of the plant include ling heather, common heather, and true heather. Heather has a rich cultural history and is often associated with Scotland and the Scottish Highlands. The plant is valued for its beauty, its use in floral arrangements and its medicinal properties.

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What are the hypernyms for Scots heather?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Related words: heather scotland, scots pine, heathers, native heathers, scottish heathers, copper heathers, blue heathers

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