Menyanthes


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3C), the peat material also included evidence of aquatic to semi-aquatic plants such as buckbean (Menyanthes), horsetail (Equisetum), and pondweed (cf.
diandra and Menyanthes trifoliata +Hippuris vulgaris 1, Sparganium natans 2 in 10.
Gazebo Sitting area Entertaining area Outdoor kitchen Entertaining: group size Seating area Game area Pet area Children's play area Swimming Lighting Other Private area Hot tub Seating/table Lighting Other Service area Dog(s)/pet Trash cans Clothesline Vegetable garden Lighting Other Sculpture Water feature Attract wildlife TABLE 18-3 Plants for Water Gardens COMMON NAME SPECIES TYPE American lotus Nelumbo lutea Aquatic Arrowhead Sagittaria Marginal sagittifolia Asian lotus Nelumbo nucifera Aquatic Black leaf taro Colocasia esculenta Bog plants 'Illustris' Bog bean Menyanthes Bog plants trifoliata Cattails Typha laxmannii Marginal Club rush Schoenoplectus Bog plants lacustris subsp.
For example he recommended bogbean (Menyanthes trifoliata L.) for rheumatism, kidney inflammation and stomach complaints, and his student and successor as Professor of Medicine at Uppsala University, Carl Peter Thunberg, published a thesis on the use of bogbean.
The tested fluid extracts contain polar secondary plant substances such as bitter agents (Menyanthes trifoliata L.), steroid saponines (Smilax regelii KILL.
Often they are at the extreme of their geographic range (e.g., Cornus canadensis), sometimes they are rare elements in the Indiana flora (e.g., Adlumia fungosa), or occur in specialized niches such as found in the extreme habitat of a Sphagnum bog (e.g., Menyanthes trifoliata) or the complex community structure of a remnant prairie (e.g., Gentiana puberulenta).
Aquatic plants analysed were: buckbean (Menyanthes trifoliata); water lilly (Nymphaea alba); water horsetail (Equisetum fluviatile); and bottle sedge (Carex rostrata).
The lake has low humic content and sparse vegetation mainly consisting of Carex rostrata, Menyanthes trifoliata, Lobelia dortmanna, and Nymphaea alba.
The heterogeneous landscape of this region includes many wetlands, meadows of graminoids (Arctagrostis spp, Beckmannia eruciformis, Bromus spp, Calamagrostis spp, Eriophorum spp, Glyceria spp, Hordeum jubatum, Poa glauca, Triglochin spp.), sedges (Carex spp.), and floating mats of bog vegetation (Menyanthes trifoliata, Potentilla palustris, Caltha palustris, Equisetum spp.).
Floristically, Maestracensean alkaline fens are characterized by Eriophorum latifolium, Carex davalliana, Carex lepidocarpa, Carex nigra, Carex mairei, Pinguicula vulgaris and Triglochin palustris as the most frequent species, but they also host some rare species such as Dactylorhiza incarnata, Epipactis palustris, Gentianella amarella, Juncus pyrenaeus, Spiranthes aestivalis, Primula farinosa, Swertia perennis, Potentilla fruticosa and Menyanthes trifoliata (MATEO & al., 1995; MATEO & al., 2001; GOMEZ-SERRANO & MAYORAL, 2003; GOMEZ-SERRANO & LAGUNA, 2011; etc.).
Yn sicr roedd yn broblem reit gyffredin ac roedd 'na nifer o wahanol blanhigion yn cael eu defnyddio i'w drin - rhai mor amrywiol 'r milddail (Achillea millefolium; yarrow), ffa'r gors (Menyanthes trifoliata; bog bean), llau'r offeiriad (Galium aparine; cleavers), fioled br (Viola odorata; sweet violet) a chribau Sant Ffraid (Satchys officinalis; betony).