blue stem


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Synonyms for blue stem

tall grass with smooth bluish leaf sheaths grown for hay in the United States

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Teafoe pleaded guilty to felony residential burglary of $300, a garage door opener, eight pairs of sunglasses, reading glasses, ski goggles, a radar detector and a phone charger from a house on Blue Stem, according to Kane County court records.
Big blue stem grass fiber (BBSGF) with 3-6 mm length was received from Smith, Adams & Associates LLC (Okemos, MI).
The objective of this study was to examine the potential of using big blue stem (Andropogon gerardii), and partridge pea (Chamaecrista fasiculate), a grass and legume prairie species native to Illinois, and vermicompost to establish vegetation soil contaminated with biodiesel.
Jeff said that native grasses such as buffalo grass, giant blue stem, and little blue stem are also cultivated and planted.
Oneida is also unveiling Zig-Zag stemware, a pattern with a cobalt blue stem incorporating a zigzag design, available in a martini, a goblet and a champagne with a suggested price of $12 each.
Flowers including blue lupine, dotted horsemint and bush clover, as well as little blue stem and Indian grass also were available this spring in limited supply, said Mark Fiely, a horticulturist and plant collector for Ernst Conservation Seed Co.
Crystal manufacturer Orrefors offers a small crystal liqueur glass with a red base and bright blue stem and a clear bowl with bright yellow swirls ($50).
Charles, was charged with two counts of residential burglary and four counts of burglary in connection with June 1, 2017, burglaries to a vehicle and two houses on Blue Stem Court near St.
After only 16 years of existence McGee died, and the verdant blue stem grass grew up again, shoulder high, around the abandoned town.
Eryngium, or sea holly, is a classic seaside plant that is often included in herbaceous borders for its dramatic electric blue stems and thistle-like flowers.
Often both bracts and flowers are silver too but, in the wild, forms with blue stems and bracts predominate.
ABOVE Sea holly (Eryngium amethystinum), whose silvery blue stems are topped with amethyst flower heads, attracts butterflies and needs moderate water.
Among larger sea hollies, the hybrid Jos Eiking (pictured), has brilliant blue stems and flowers on a 60 cm (2ft) plant.
Sometimes bracts and flowers are silver too, but often in the wild, forms with blue stems and bracts predominate.