soapwort


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Related to soapwort: Saponaria officinalis
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plant of European origin having pink or white flowers and leaves yielding a detergent when bruised

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24th: Pastures, roadsides, and alleys are full of chicory, Queen Anne's lace, great mullein, wild petunia, milkweed, pokeweed, black-eyed Susan, butterfly weed, rail nettle, soapwort, St.
A quarter thought laverbread was a speciality loaf baked on hot volcanic rocks and a further 45 per cent thought it was a type of scone flavoured with soapwort.
when you rub soapwort leaves and roots with water, they suds up, just like soap
He easily contrived this by chewing the root of soapwort, the herb used by dyers; but the sight of the foam filled the people with superstitious awe.
Ask Cheryl to pick a favourite spot at her home in Dyffryn, St Nicholas, and it's a toss- up between indoors and outdoors, the study, which she says, 'gives me a great sense of peace' and the garden where herbs like rosemary, sage, soapwort and borage flourish in pots.
Everywhere one looks are both modern and heirloom plants: cockscomb, soapwort, begonias, elephant's ears, and bleeding hearts.
The growing season begins by sowing annuals whose seeds germinate best in cool soil, such as calendula, corn cockle, larkspur, and soapwort.
bouncing bet or soapwort (Saponaria officinalis, family
Common Names: saponaria, bouncing bet, soapwort, outdoor gypsophila
It joins substance P to saporin, a toxin produced by the soapwort plant, Saponaria officinalis.
Self-seeding was encouraged and double forms of campion, soapwort and buttercup were preserved and propagated.
Soapwort, contra Puhvel, is not one of the alkaline plants used to produce soap by mixing its ashes with tallow.
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The wild-flower mixture contains around 50 different species including corncockle, sweet alyssum, cornflower, California poppy, flax, borage, lemon balm, corn marigold, poppy, love-in-amist, soapwort, white mustard, crimson scarlet, fennel, and sorrel, among others.