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Hippocrepis comosa, Coronilla varia, Gentiana cruciata, Helianthemum ovatum) and tall (Cirsium pannonicum, Centaurea scabiosa, Seseli libanotis, Peucedanum cervaria) forbs.
Mycorrhizal mediated enhanced invasiveness is discernible from a North American grassland invader, Centaurea diffusa, which competed best under low N conditions but lost its competitive ability under low P conditions (Kathrine et al.
Among the weeds and ruderal plants several field weeds were observed: corn cockle (Agrostemma githago), Centaurea cyanus, wild turnip (Brassica campestris), foxtail (Setaria sp.
For example, Callaway and others (2005) found that grass populations that have co-existed with invasive Centaurea maculosa had better growth and germination when grown with C.
Dosa (2002) Detection of phenoloids in some Hungarian Inula and Centaurea species.
3 The hardiest annuals can be sown now to over-winter in the bed, for example Centaurea, Delphinium, Iberis and Poppy.
Barnaby's thistle is the yellow star thistle, Centaurea solstitialis, flowering on or near St.
But the scientists--Bill Bruckart, Dale Woods, and Mike Pitcairn--don't want the thistle, Centaurea solstitialis, to flourish.
We picked blue centaurea and the blossoms of mullein; we got sweet woodruff, cat's paw, raspberry and blackberry leaves, strawberry leaves and flowers, cowslip and violas.
Nodding plumeless-thistle Centaurea biebersteinii DC.
Witch' is noted in English dialects, apart from the purple foxglove, Digitalis purpurea (witch['s] thimble), for the mountain ash, Pyrus Aucuparia (witch-beam), the harebell, Campanula rotundifolia, and the corn bluebottle or bluebonnet, Centaurea cyanus, both called witch bells, and the dandelion (Leontodon Taraxacum) is called witch-gowan in England and Scotland.
The collection features one each of: Geranium, Aquilegia, Aster, Solidago, Centaurea (Cornflower), Kniphofia (Red Hot Poker).
The Legends Race is an exciting concept for the Melbourne Cup Carnival and I am looking forward to returning to the saddle and repeating my last Australian victory, winning on Centaurea in the 1985 Australasian Oaks.