aralia


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any of various plants of the genus Aralia

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Other prominent NGOs working in the state are the Tripura Rural Development Society, Teresa Social Welfare Organisation, Millennium Steps, Pallimangal Sevashram, Vivekananda Sevashram, Aralia Women Welfare Society, Tripura Bamboo & Cane Development Centre, Prabaha Dhalai, and Udayan Yuba Sangha.
The Cube is being featured in the "Rooftop Workplace of Tomorrow" garden exhibit, designed by Patricia Fox and built by Giles Landscapes and Aralia Garden Design.
A $90 check can buy a new set of bedding for one shelter bed, $100 provides a woman with advocacy and support in pursuing a restraining order, $500 provides three nights of emergency shelter for a woman whose life has been threatened by an abusive partner, and $10,000 would cover the annual utility costs of Aralia Shelter, a confidential emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence and their children.
This study investigates the anti-inflammatory effects of a diterpenoid, kaurenoic acid, isolated from the root of Aralia continentalis (Avaliaceae).
Using floral foam we've created a display combining red germini with fiery crocosmia and foliages such as galax and aralia leaves, hard ruskus and contorted willow.
Almost a side note is the fact of the form of the poem, something pointed out to me by Michael Peich, the publisher and printer of Aralia Press.
Although somewhat marginal for the Antelope Valley, you might also be able to succeed, in the shade, with kaffir lily (Clivia miniata), calla lily (Zantedeschia aethiopica) and Japanese aralia (Fatsia japonica).
Convenience is essential when growing fresh produce - and grow-boxes filled with produce formed part of this outdoor kitchen, designed by Patricia Fox of Aralia Garden Design.
An obvious example of a standard architectural plant is the very large-leaved Fatsia japonica, the false castor oil plant or Japanese Aralia.
Having the biggest commercial importance are the following medicinal plants: spiny eleutherococcus (Eleutherococcus senticosus) Rupr et Maxim, Manchurian aralia (Aralia mandshurica) Rupr et Maxim (= A.
During the dormant season, many species such as Acanthus (Bear's Britches), Aesculus (Horse Chestnut), Aralia, Chaenomeles (Flowering Quince), Eryngium (Sea Holly), Papaver (Poppy) Romneya (Californian Poppy) and Spiraea can be propagated by taking root cuttings.
0 (annual ragweed) * Ambrosia trifida (great ragweed) * -- -- -- Amelanchier arborea (downy -- -- -- serviceberry) * Aralia nudicaulis (wild sarsaparilla) * -- 2.
Fatsia japonica, also known as the castor oil plant or aralia, has fantastic shining leaves measuring more than 1ft across and is particularly suitable for seaside gardens or as a specimen bush in a city garden.
Fatsia japonica,also known as the castor oil plant or aralia,has fantastic shining leaves measuring more than a foot across and is particularly suitable for seaside gardens or as a specimen bush in a city garden.