Translation of myrtle in Spanish:


mirto, n.

Pronunciation /ˈmərdl//ˈməːt(ə)l/


  • 1

    (shrub, tree)
    mirto masculine
    • Between the ruins grew cypresses and oleanders, hibiscus, myrtle and wild roses.
    • When growing Mediterranean herbs, such as myrtle or bay, in containers, it is best to use a soil-based compost with extra grit.
    • Within its protective cover, he built gleaming palaces and gardens perfumed with roses, jasmine and myrtle.
    • A heady, often impenetrable mix of shrubs, herbs and wild flowers, such as lavender, myrtle, marjoram and thyme, its elusive scent permeates everything from the wine to the honey.
    • When I moved into my bungalow about 20 years ago, I inherited a shrub which I was given to understand is a myrtle: it is a bushy evergreen with small, dark green, glossy, pointed leaves.
  • 2US

    hierba doncella feminine
    vinca (pervinca) feminine
    • If you were daring, you might plant myrtle (periwinkle).