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Summer (June) California Redwoods and Waterfalls: The Berry Creek Falls Loop in the Forest of Big Basin State Park
... Selva Alum Root 31. Small Leaved Montia, montia parvifolia, looks similar to (Few seeded) (Western) Bittercress, but has a 5 petaled flower. 32. Vetch 33. Inside Out Flower (Its leaves are ...
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Abies lasiocarpa (Hook
... and associated ranges south of Idaho and Montana includes: mountain bluebells (Mertensia ciliata) and heartleaf bittercress (Cardamine cordifolia) (cool, moist sites); thimbleberry (Rubus parviflorus) (warm, moist sites); red buffaloberry (Shepherdia canadensis ...
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NARGS Restricted Seeds
... molokaiensis Awikiwiki ESA Cannibis sativa Hemp FSA-A Capsicum spp. Pepper FSA-V Cardamine micranthera Bittercress FSA-V Cardaria draba NW Cardaria pubescens NW Carex albida White sedge ESA Carex lutea ...
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Populus trichocarpa To rr
... canadensis), jewelweed (Impatiens spp.), enchanters nightshade (Circaea alpina), golden-saxifrage (Chrysosplenium spp.), buttercup (Ranunculus spp.), bittercress (Cardamine spp.), angelica (Angelica spp.), loosestrife (Lysimachia spp.), bedstraw (Galium spp.), and iris (Iris spp ...
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Index of Common Names: B - Plants For A Future database report
... Buffalo Currant Buffalo Gourd Bug Orchis Bugle Bugleweed Bugleweed Bugleweed Bulbous Barley Bulbous Bittercress Bulbous Buttercup Bulbous Springparsley Bull Mallow Bull Oak Bulrush Bunchberry Bunchflower Bunchflower ... Korean Bramble Lady's Bedstraw Lanceleaf Spring Beauty Large Beard Tongue Large Bittercress Large-Cluster Blueberry Lemon Balm Lemon Bergamot Lemonade Berry Lesser Broomrape Lesser ...
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Index of Common Names: H - Plants For A Future database report
... Grape Hyacinth Green Hellebore Ha-Chiku Hackberry Hag Briar Hair-Cap Moss Hairy Agrimony Hairy Bittercress Hairy Brome Hairy Clematis Hairy Gumweed Hairy Huckleberry Hairy Manzanita Hairy Puccoon Hairy Rupture Wort ...
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Department of Plant Pathology Plant Disease Fact Sheets
... year act as reservoirs of pathogens and should be under strict disease control. Weeds (especially bittercress and oxalis) fall under this heading as do plants such as Tradescantia and English ivy ...
www.ppath.cas.psu.edu

Scottish Rock Garden Club - Guestbook Page
... of, thanks to NZ's agricultural import restrictions, I'm afraid (though how come the bittercress and vine weevils got admitted, I ask myself?!) Keep it up! Quick Guestbook From: Ron ...
www.srgc.org.uk

BRASSICACEAE
... familiar vegetables (Cabbage, Turnip), oil crops (Oil-seed Rape), ornamental plants (Wallflower, Alyssum), and weeds (Bittercress). They are found more or less all over the world, with most species occurring in ...
www.theseedsite.co.uk

Western Weeds
... Wild Geranium Geranium, Dovefoot Goosegrass Green Kyllinga Ground Ivy Groundsel Hairy Bittercress Hawkweed Henbit Heronsbill Horrible Thistle Horsenettle Horsetail Horseweed Khakiweed Kikuyugrass Knotweed ... Foxtail, Yellow Garlic, Wild Geranium Geranium, Dovefoot Ground Ivy Groundsel Hairy Bittercress Hairy Crabgrass Hawkweed Henbit Heronsbill Horrible Thistle Horsenettle Horsetail Horseweed ...
weedalert.com




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