Amberettes: An actual plant?

Michael A. Keenan makeenan at newstand.syr.edu
Fri May 17 11:14:31 EST 1996


  I hope this post isn't in the wrong place. Sorry if anyone gets 
offended :) .

I am looking for a plant. It is called Amberette (sp.?) I have only seen 
the seed ( Dark brown, about the size and shape of morning glory seeds).

I would like to know if there are any other names for this plant. When I 
say 'Amberette' to someone all I get in return are blank expresions. This 
leads me to believe there may be a more well known name for it.

I do not know the scientific name for it.

Thanks for any help you can give me.

Michael A. Keenan

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