dyer's greenweed


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Synonyms for dyer's greenweed

small Eurasian shrub having clusters of yellow flowers that yield a dye

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The drawings include (1) Designs for chariots and other weapons (c1485); (2) A study for an equestrian monument (c1488); (3) The head of Leda (c1505-06) and (4) Sprigs of oak and dyer's greenweed (c1505-10).
As we tour the other works, Martin explains (1) Designs for chariots and other weapons (c1485); (2) A study for an equestrian monument (c1488); (3) The head of Leda (c1505-06) and (4) Sprigs of oak and dyer's greenweed (c1505-10).
As well as a beautiful array of wildflowers, several contain rare plants such as pepper-saxifrage and dyer's greenweed.
To keep shrubs compact, cut all stems of beautyberry, bluebeard, butterfly bush, dyer's greenweed (Genista tinctoria), rubber rabbitbrush, and snakeweed (Gutierrezia sarothrae) to within a few inches of the ground before they leaf out.
The abundant plant life includes agrimony, Dyer's greenweed, St John's wort, adder's-tongue fern, cowslip and common twayblade, as well as early purple orchid, common spotted orchid, bee orchid, and greater butterfly orchid, which occur in glades in the scrub.