Genista anglica

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Synonyms for Genista anglica

prickly yellow-flowered shrub of the moors of New England and Europe

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Ruth, as has been stated, sat during her hours of work behind a ground-glass screen, unseen and unseeing.
But in the broad daylight of the bathroom, which had a ground-glass window but no blind, I saw at once the serious nature of his wound and of its effect upon the man.
A faint light glimmered through a ground-glass pane over the door; and was dimly reflected by the toilet mirror, in its usual place against the window.
A winding stone stair, well carpeted and railed at first but growing shabbier with every landing, brought them past innumerable doors until, at last, just under the ground-glass roofing, the names of Smith and Hanbury were to be seen painted in large white letters across a panel, with a laconic invitation to push beneath it.
2013); Erica vagans (Hernandez & Sainz 1984); Genista anglica (revisado por Allue et al.
Cluster 3 corresponds to Nardus stricta swards with Genista anglica (Genisto anglicae-Nardetum strictae) that grow in deep, siliceous and hydromorphic soils, characterized by a high number of diagnostic species such as Genista anglica, Nardus stricta, Anthoxanthum odoratum, Juncus squarrosus, Potentilla erecta, Luzula campestris, Carex leporina, etc.