sumach


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The winter-flowering cherry, stag's horn sumach, sorbus (wild mountain ash) and varieties of cornus can also paint a palette of vivid colours.
The winter-flowering cherry, stag''s horn sumach, sorbus (wild mountain ash) and varieties of cornus can also paint a palette of vivid colours.
The north east corner of the USA is renowned for for its spectacular autumn colours from indigenous trees such as maples, birches and sumach but I, having just returned from a summer holiday in Maine, was impressed by the range of herbaceous perennials growing both in gardens and in wild meadows.
The first two books were previously published under different titles by Sumach Press but have been completely revamped by Lobster Press.
typhina, the stag's horn sumach, whose branches grow to 5m (15ft) or more if left unpruned, but be warned, it has a prolific suckering habit and tends to be invasive, so is unsuitable for lawn planting.
Power and Privilege on Gendered Terrain (Toronto: Sumach Press, 2008).
The Book of Mary A Novel WRITTEN BY Gail Sidonie Sobat PUBLISHED BY Sumach Press, 2006 ISBN: 1894549546, Softcover, pp.
Krista Scott-Dixon, Doing IT: Women Working in Information Technology (Toronto: Sumach Press 2004)
Except that he saw it being produce from "fruit like that sumach out by the road, or from apples, weeds, sawdust--almost anything.
The fuel of the future is going to come from fruit like that sumach out by the road, or from apples, weeds, sawdust-almost anything.
Middle Eastern Sumach and Thyme Seasoning--Za'tar Syria and Lebanon Sumach, a condiment used almost solely in the Middle East, is an important ingredient in this dish, which is used to season other foods.
In the opinion of the scientific Sub Committee, most of this leather has been tanned with sumach or some closely allied tanning material.
Strong Women Stories: Native Vision and Community Survival Edited by Kim Anderson and Bonita Lawrence Sumach Press 264 pages (sc) $26.
Double Jeopardy: Motherwork and the Law (Toronto: Sumach Press, 2001).
I had but to walk fifty yards, then I was in the woods, I had but to go a hundred yards more, up a hill, then I was deep in the woods, Out of sight of any house, shut in by scarlet sumach bushes, hundreds of them, redder than blood, and apparently belonging to nobody.