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Synonyms for snakeweed

low-growing sticky subshrub of southwestern United States having narrow linear leaves on many slender branches and hundreds of tiny yellow flower heads

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Bistort, 355, cites the use of this phrase in a sumptuary law of 17 November 1476 and Molmenti (2:478-79) lists among an "Estratto dall'inventario di Francesco Bon (15 ottobre 1520) .
In Olympic National Park, Washington, delicate glacier lilies push up through the snow sometimes even before winter is over, followed later by lupine, valerian, bistort, false hellebore, and buttercup in their finery of purple, white, and yellow.
BASF Perlaura, is a water extract from the roots of meadow bistort (polygonum bistorta) that participates in the maintenance of the dermo-epidermal junction and dermal capillaries cohesion for a combined optical and biological radiance.
Andrew is also offering wild flower such as bird's foot trefoil, betony, bistort, common valerian, corncockle, corn marigold, cowslip, bloody cranesbill, herb robert, ox eye daisy, ragged robin, sweet rocket, teasel, tansy and yarrow.
Dock pudding uses the leaves of a plant called bistort, which is in flower just now, and the elder tree has so many uses," she said.
ALPINE BISTORT A member of the dock family, widespread in the Arctic but rare in Britain.
Yorkshire rhubarb features, and wild plants such as bistort and jack-by-the-hedge (garlic mustard) are growing nicely and will be tucked into several dishes.
The group also sawcurled dock, purple loosestrife and water bistort on a long list of flora.
An aqueous extract from the roots of meadow bistort (Polygonum bistorta), Perlaura stimulates the expression of the fibrous protein perlecan and its receptor dystroglycan, which contribute to skin homeostasis in the epithelial and endothelial basement membranes.