groundsel


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Related to groundsel: groundsel bush, groundsel tree, golden groundsel, marsh elder, sow thistle, Senecio vulgaris
  • noun

Synonyms for groundsel

Eurasian weed with heads of small yellow flowers

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Main features: Service Market under Article 30 of the Procurement Code PublicsLa town of Saint-Hilaire-de-Riez wishes to contribute to social cohesion in its territory through the award of the qualification service contract and Professional insertions whose activities support is pulling groundsel tree (Baccharis Halimifolia) on communal land and prives.
The proverbial sun that never sets on the flag never sets on the chickweed, groundsel, dandelion, and veronicas that grow in every British garden and on every British garden-path' (p.
The great auk, a flightless seabird similar to a penguin, Ivell's sea anemone, Mitten's beardless-moss and York groundsel, a weed, have all become extinct since 1800
Native plants found in association both species of Lygodium at Naples included bald cypress, groundsel tree (Baccharis halimifolia L.
Daisies, golden Alexander, cressleaf groundsel, sweet rocket and common fleabane still hold in the pastures.
Groundsel and chickweed in particular should be removed from around growing chrysanthemums as they are host plants for the chrysanthemum eelworm.
A member of the sunflower family, it has been given the Latin name Senecio Eboracensis but will be known as York Groundsel.
Onion Peak - In the northern Coast Range, the basalt outcrop of Onion Peak supports an extraordinary and ecologically isolated array of rare plants, including Saddle Mountain saxifrage (Saxifraga hitchcockiana), wandering daisy (Erigeron peregrinus), rosy lewisia (Lewisia columbiana var rupicola), Saddle Mountain bittercress (Cardamine pattersonii), frigid shooting star (Dodecatheon austrofrigidum), Flett's groundsel (Senecio flettii) and queen-of-the forest (Filipendula occidentalis).
Through this network, the Frederick lab recently acquired four good candidate pathogens--two on Russian thistle, one on Russian knapweed, and another on common groundsel.
They do enjoy some fresh fruit and vegetables such as apple, tomato, lettuce, carrot and well-washed wild plants such as dandelion, clover and groundsel.
One of the most spectacular yellow-blooming February flowers is the velvet groundsel or California geranium (Senecio petasitis).
Heading east, you'll see balsam root and groundsel on Dog and Wind mountains near Home Valley, and camas and lupines between Bingen and Lyle.
Depending on the season and the particular aspen grove you are walking through, look for geraniums, blue-bells, larkspur, vetch, strawberry, groundsel, yarrow, columbine, lupine It has been said that there is no greater concentration of species of blue wildflowers anywhere, let alone the many other flowers represented.