crane's bill

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Many of these are characteristic of northern latitudes and are found close to their southern boundary in the North Pennines, species like wood crane's bill, melancholy thistle and globeflower, for example.
In his introduction to the book, Trevor recalls the flower-rich pastures of his youth, full of plants like orchids, hay rattle, quaking grass, meadow crane's bill and greater knapweed, and regrets that 90% of those meadows have been lost, mostly because of farm management practices.
Crane's bill is not currently moving in the House, but it has won support from two powerful Republicans -- Majority Leader Dick Armey and Majority Whip Tom DeLay, both of Texas.
Black, chairman of the Pro Trade Group and president of Computer & Communications Industry Association, testified that Crane's bill would "enhance U.
Among plants tucked into crevices between boulders and steps grow coral bells (Heuchera sanguinea), crane's bill (Erodium chamaedryoides), and 'Alba' freesias.