willowherb


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Related to willowherb: rosebay willowherb, Epilobium
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Roncoroni considers horseweed (Conyza canadensis) (often called mare's tail) and panicle willowherb (Ebilobium bracycar-pum), both relatively new to the area and his biggest challenges at present.
The nine most-common plant species found in 20 PEM1 wetlands in the northern Sierra foothills were (not in order of prevalence) (A) common rush, (B) water smartweed, (C) sand spikerush, (D) rice cutgrass, (E) Baltic rush, (F) dallis grass, (G) common spikerush, (H) cattail and (I) willowherb. [Graphic omitted]
Species with <2% cover included, in order of dominance, spike trisetum (Trisetum spicatum), granite mousetail (Ivesia muirii), alpine willow (Salix arctica), frosted buckwheat (Eriogonum incanum), Sierra beardtongue (Penstemon heterodoxus), heath wood rush (Luzula orestera), pussypaws (Calyptridium umbellatum), rockcress (Arabis platysperma), glaucus willowherb (Epilobium glabenimum), and little elephant heads (Pedicularis attolens).
Mae'r helyglys hardd (Chamerion angustifolim; rosebay willowherb) i'w weld ym mhobman hefyd ac yn codi'n dal a gosgeiddig uwchlaw planhigion eraill min y ffordd.
and rye (Secale cereale) from cultural plants; Plantago major/media, Plantago lanceolata t., rosebay willowherb (Epilobium angustifolium), thistle (Cirsium t.) and Artemisia which belong to weeds and ruderals; wetlands taxa as common valerian (Valeriana officinalis), Orchidaceae, Liliaceae and Iridaceae.
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Broad-Leaf Enchanter's-Nightshade Epilobium coloratuzn Biehler * Purple-Leaf Willowherb Epilobium parviflorum Schreb.
I spotted Willowherb Way and a main street called, well, Main Street.
HOPE When all the people in the world are dead, the concrete canyons left to birds of prey, corpses and dust will make a fertile bed, where grass and willowherb will overlay the rotted ruins of our haunted day.
This highly aromatic and powerful antioxidant treatment, known for its keratolytic and nourishing benefits, is improved by the addition of willowherb extract, an active bacteria fighter; whitewillow bark, a source of salicin, a natural anti-inflammatory agent; and bisabolol, a chamomile derivative that calms stressed skin.
The juvenile birds soon master the art of extracting them from flowers such as teasel, willowherb and dandelion.
Also known as great willowherb, its purplish pink flowers are very common in clearings caused by fires, and it is usually the dominant herbaceous plant in the early stages of succession.
Species-area relationships of insects on host plants: herbivores on rosebay willowherb. Journal of Animal Ecology 51:207-223.
It is as if some kind of requiem is being prepared by nature to celebrate the memory of a long, hot summer with the purple hues of great swathes of rosebay willowherb swaying beside our roadsides and in our hedgerows.
Away from gardens they feast on rosebay willowherb and Himalayan balsam.