Caryophyllales: Amaranthaceae) and wondering cudweed
(Gnaphalium pensylvanicum Willd.
There is Lord Valevine, who thinks he's an inventor, his wife Minty who is obsessed with baking, 10-year-old Cudweed
and his hateful pet monkey Fellah and Edgar's favourite, Solstice the bright, black-haired, poetry reading elder daughter.
Nipple wort sounds like something you would visit the doctor about but, along with cudweed
and shepherd's purse, it's one of seven herbs eaten at New Year in Japan.
, broad-leaved cudweed
, red hempnettle, small-flowered catchfly.
During winter, the major weed was narrow-leaf cudweed
(Gnaphalium falcatum Lam) of the Compositae family, and during summer it was long-stalk phyllanthus (Phyllanthus tenellus Roxb.
Seldom-seen Draught Bass is in danger of joining the netted carpet moth, the red-tipped cudweed
and the spotted flycatcher on the downward spiral that leads, eventually, to extinction.
sprouts next to dead reed canarygrass at a Fisher Butte test site where herbicide is used on the invasive grass.
Wants: goldenseal, American ginseng, pawpaw, white sage, western mugwort, cudweed