sow thistle


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Synonyms for sow thistle

any of several Old World coarse prickly-leaved shrubs and subshrubs having milky juice and yellow flowers

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The species with higher infestation in the area were common sow thistle (Sonchus oleraceus), horseweed (Conyza spp) and 'maria-mole' (Senecio brasiliensis) and because of that they were used in the study.
For example, you can whip up a Wild Amaranth Smoothie or prepare Wild Daisy Salad, Sow Thistle Pesto, Sheep Sorrel Soup, Marinated Fiddleheads, or Roasted Veggies with Burdock.
The most sought after flowers include lotus, marigold, rose, bougainvillea, orchid, Pansy, Phalaenopsis, Rudbeckia Fulgida, Grape hyancyth, Royal autumn Lilies, Aussie Julie, Cernedia, Butter cup, Daisy, Sow thistle, Dahlia, Chrysanthemum and Zexmenida etc.
In cultivated ground weeds such as pineapple weed, coltsfoot, groundsel, sow thistle and creeping thistle all irritate allotment holders, particularly as one of the features of many plants in the daisy family is that their seeds are wind distributed.
More recently he's been picking burdock flower stalks and petioles, Juneberries, mulberries, chickweed leaves, sow thistle leaves, black birch twigs (for tea), cattail pollen, purslane leaves, lamb's quarters leaves, chanterelles, carrion flower shoots, and milkweed flower buds.
Hold off on the weed killer and you will encourage plants such as bittercress, chickweed, sow thistle, elder - all of which make good fodder for the salad bowl," Martin says.