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American herb having sharply serrate lanceolate leaves and spikes of blue to violet flowers

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Dragons head coach Paul Turner said: "This is a competition that will benefit the regions in Wales, as it will enable us to see where we are against the Guinness Premiership sides.
We're delighted to bring Jordan back to Welsh rugby and to the Dragons-- he's an exciting young full back with all the attacking attributes to get people on their feet," Dragons head coach Bernard Jackman said.
Dragons head coach, Bernard Jackman added: "I am delighted to get a player of Rhodri's quality to commit to the Dragons.
The Dragons head to the Zeeco Stadium to take on a side three levels below them in the Northern Premier League First Division South.
NEWPORT Gwent Dragons head coach Kingsley Jones has insisted his team are hoping to make an X-factor signing this summer as former Wales captain Gwyn Jones called for the region to become more a developmental side.
HUDDERSFIELD Dragons head into the final game before the winter break aiming to get back to the top of the Yorkshire League's Premier Division.
The Dragons head into tomorrow's World Cup qualifying clash with Scotland at Cardiff City Stadium having scored only once in their last five games - Gareth Bale's effort in the 6-1 drubbing in Serbia last month.
CATALANS Dragons head into tonight's Super League basement clash looking for a third win of the season over Salford City Reds.
Glamorgan opener Robert Croft then spanked a quickfire 59 to help his team to victory and the Dragons head into today's day-nighter in great heart.
Inside the dragons head is Tony, who makes it fling wildly in all directions.
He (Keddie) is growing in confidence," said Dragons head coach Kingsley Jones.
The Dragons head to Aldershot today for a second successive away game, and Rooney is expecting another tough test.
HUDDERSFIELD Dragons head into their first home fixture of the new Northern League Women's Hockey League season handily placed in the table.
Leach has been called up by Dragons head coach Paul Turner for the clash with the Swansea-based rivals after impressing recently, including Newport's win over RGC 1404 in a friendly at Eirias Park a fortnight ago.