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Synonyms for Epilobium

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Nid oedd gennyf lawer o fynadd ac er mwyn diddordeb rhoddais sbrigyn o'r New Zealand Willow Herb yn y casgliad.
Epi-lobii herba (willow herb) is used for prostate and gastrointestinal disorders, mucous membrane lesions, such as mouth ulcers, and to improve the healing of wounds, skin sores and swelling (PDR 1998; Foster and Duke 2000; Wichtl 2004).
Gram-negative and gram-positive antibacterial properties of the whole plant extract of willow herb (Epilobium angustifolium).
Developed with pediatric dermatologists, it is formulated with oat essence, willow herb and zinc oxide.
Extracts of willow herb and strawberry fruit contribute to the clean, fresh scent.
Papaya, honey and willow herb get to work on revitalising skin.
arvense); leaves from dwarf birch (Betula nana); leaves from different species of willows (Salix spp.); leaves from bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus); willow herb (Chamaenerion angustifolium); Lapland lousewort (Pedicularis lapponica); goldenrod (Solidago virgaurea); tufted hair-grass (Deschampsia caespitosa); three-leafed rush (Juncus trifidus); and stiff sedge (Carex bigelowii).
The sample you sent me is of the Hairy Willow Herb (Epilobium parviflorum), and like all the willow herbs it self-seeds very generously.
They feed on weeds, such as the Rosebay Willow Herb, but also flowers like fuschia.
"Runaway" trees needed to be cut back, rubbish got rid of, paths created, walls built and a constant war on rose bay willow herb, ivy and other invasive weeds.
Their job will be to keep the grassed area in good natural condition, and sustainably manage Ha' Hill back to a more species-rich grassland by controlling the brambles, rosebay, willow herb and raspberry that are growing there now.
"A bonus was a jam jar to use as a vase because we could pick the rosebay willow herb flowers growing profusely on the site and have them in the centre of the table.
They flower earlier in the summer so finding them without their distinctive blooms can be tricky and volunteers have been shown how not to confuse other plants, such as less rare types of helleborine, rosebay willow herb and evening primroses.