starflower


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common Old World herb having grasslike leaves and clusters of star-shaped white flowers with green stripes

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Starflower is new to the venue's usual programme of entertainment this year and is a promenade theatre production through the trees at a secret location on the wider Attingham estate.
Borage or borragine is also known as starflower and used as a flavourA[degrees]ing agent and a vegetable.
“I will be reformulating my best-selling perfume StarFlower by removing the isolate from it that I had thought was natural (in 2007).”
Cherylyn van Kirk, proprietor of Starflower Essentials, a holistic skincare products manufacturer, and Starflower Organic Spathecary, a day spa and skincare boutique, says it's imperative for men to exfoliate regularly.
COLOURFUL: Starflower Wallpaper in Peacock, from The Little Greene Paint Company''s Retrospective Papers range, pounds 54.75 per roll will be unveiled at the end of January.
Next come Solomon's seal and starflower. Framing these wildflowers are the vase-like forms of cinnamon fern and the wiry black stems and delicate fronds of maidenhair fern.
Get the look: A Starflower Blue rug by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, pounds 3,135 from the Rug Company, takes centre stage in the movie.Mimic the look with 50s-style dining room table with slanted legs, pounds 695, dining chairs in matching oak, pounds 185 each from Graham & Green.
The northern blue violet and the starflower, the wood sorrel and the checkerberry, painted trillium and wild geranium, golden heather and Indian pipe grow in our bogs and fields and on the sunny slopes of mountains in the seams between ledges of rock" (5).
The wetland holds botanical specimens that cannot be seen anywhere else in Korea: prairie sphagnum, meadowsweet, Siberian geraniums, pitcher plants, sundew, buckbean, rushes, two-flower violet, Arctic starflower, catchfly, and Hanabusaya asiatica, an endangered perennial herb.
occidentalis), cloudberry (Rubus chamaemorus), bunchberry (Cornus unalaschensis), sundew (Drosera rotundifolia), Arctic (northern or American) starflower (Trientalis borealis), blueberry (Vaccinium ovalifolium, V.
Zestra is a patented combination of natural botanicals: PA-free borage seed (starflower) oil, evening primrose oil, special extract of angelica, special extract of coleus.
Of the 238 patients, 24 were taking ginkgo, garlic, devil's claw, and starflower oil--all of which can have antiplatelet or other anticoagulant effects--in combination with nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs or corticosteroids.