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Slickspot peppergrass is a flowering plant native to southwestern Idaho.
Ground cover included plains bristlegrass, Setaria macrostachya (Poaceae), peppergrass, prickly Russian thistle, Coulter's horseweed, golden crownbeard, hairyseed bahia, Bahia absinthifolia (Asteraceae), burroweed, Isocoma tenuisecta (Asteraceae), silverleafnightshade, copper globemallow, and trailing windmills.
Two concerns relating to the survival of slickspot peppergrass are applications of herbicides and seeding treatments to enhance restoration and rehabilitation of sagebrush steppe (Meyer et al.
The slickspot peppergrass, which resembles the garden flower sweet alyssum, is conserved by three different conservation measures:
Boyce, who wrote under the pseudonym Paul Peppergrass, was ordained at Maynooth and supported Young Ireland before emigrating to America, where he became an influential missionary priest in Massachusetts.
MOUNTAIN CRESS (also known as peppergrass or garden cress).
Since the late 1800s, these areas have been invaded by exotic annual plants such as cheatgrass (Bromus tectorum), Russian thistle (Salsola iberica), barilla (Halogeton glomeratus), peppergrass (Lepidium perfoliatum), tansymustard (Descurania sophia), tumble-mustard (Sisymbrium altissimum), and crane's bill (Erodium cicutarium; Yensen 1982).
The bank area also protects habitat for Heckard's Peppergrass, Alkali Milk-Vetch, Brittlescale and Carquinez Goldenbush.
Often times you will find isolated peppergrass beds in this deeper water.
virginicunr, Common peppergrass, poor man's-pepper, Virginia pepperweed; Gravel lot and adjacent field; Infrequent; C = 0; BSUH 17962.
The slickspot peppergrass ranges from 4 to 12 inches (10 to 30 cm) in height.
Slickspot Peppergrass (Lepidium papilliferum) On July 15, we proposed to list this rare plant, an annual or biennial in the mustard family (Brassicaceae), as endangered.
Spike rush, and around that, eelgrass, peppergrass and sections of interspersed Kissimmee grass.
virginicum; Common Peppergrass, Poor Man's Pepper, Virginia Pepperweed; Lawns and open woods near shelters; Infrequent; C = 0; BSUH 16721.
This is an excellent choice to quickly cover areas of heavy vegetation (eelgrass, peppergrass, hydrilla, lily pads or coontail).