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The leaves and flowers look botanically similar and if you lift the underside of the leaves you will find them silvery and woolly, a characteristic of this plant.
These two fruits belong to the rose family and are botanically related to almonds, peaches, nectarines and other stone fruits.
The project is an interactive community event with botanically inspired lectures from experts, live music, vendors and plenty of free organic herbal tea.
The collection features botanically based fragrances and new formulas that are free-from harsh chemicals, parabens and dyes.
The five-year-old company released two multistep regimens --Straight Transformations and Curly Concoctions--as botanically derived, nontoxic alternatives to shampoos and other hair care products that dominate retailers' shelves, some of which are marketed with "green sheen," a form of spin meant to maximize the perception of natural legitimacy, said Megan Johnson, Pure Alchemy's founder and chief executive officer.
The line of safe, "botanically driven" makeup and skincare products will include Honest Beauty mainstays like the Magic Balm, Truly Kissable Lip Crayon and the Everything Primer.
Yellowstone is not only one of the most wonderful and scenic places on earth, but it is also one of the most geographically and botanically active.
Howard had read that seeds and cuttings had been taken from that infamous tree down the ages, and that its fruit was not an apple or a fig, but similar to the banana (which botanically is a berry) with an edible orange skin.
The text is clear, easy to read, and is supported by beautiful, botanically accurate watercolour illustrations.
Popularly known as the love nut or the sea coconut in the Seychelles where it is found in just two of its islands - Praslin and Curieuse, it is the world's largest nut or to botanically put it, the fruit with the biggest seed in the plant kingdom (A nut is a fruit composed of a hard shell and seed, generally edible).
Orlean's essay, one of her first botanically themed writings since she penned the widely lauded "The Orchid Thief", reflects on a poignant moment when she first visited the district in its resplendent heyday.
This botanically named cell, discovered in the brains of adult mice, made its formal debut in the Nov.
The LeafLAB team applies SWM's considerable in-house R&D capabilities, reconstitution expertise, and manufacturing resources in Le Mans, France, and Ancram, NY, to commercialize new, botanically based products primarily outside of the tobacco industry.
But grape varietals such as Arbane, Petie Meslier, Formenton, and Blanc Vrai simply couldn't compete with more botanically robust fruits such as Meunier and Chardonnay.