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... species list All Monocots Latin name [A-Z] Common name [A-Z] Family Butomus umbellatus Flowering Rush Butomaceae National Museums and Galleries of Northern Ireland and Environment and Heritage Service, 2000-2004 ...
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February California Redwoods and Waterfalls: The Berry Creek Falls Loop in the Forest of Big Basin State Park
... Ranger Station HQ. Take Sky-Line-to-the-Sea Trail toward Middle Ridge Fire Road. Flowering rush (not blue-tinged). By Middle Ridge Fire Road: 1 new slugs, slug count so far ... ! Highlights: After the recent dry month, Opal Creek lower that last January (2002). Coyote brush flowering and seeding. Many and varied fungi, mushrooms, ferns, and mosses. Significantly fewer fungi than last ...
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Plant Database search page - Plants For A Future
... Sorbus species Mountain Ash, Whitebeam Rosaceae Sorbus Non-Flowering Plants Lichen Parmeliaceae Mosses Polytrichaceae: Hair-cap moss Sphagnaceae: ... Taxodiaceae: Redwood, Swamp Cypress. Angiosperm (flowering plants) Monocotyledon (Single seed leaf) Alismatidea Alismataceae: Water plantain. Aponogetonaceae: Water hawthorn. Butomaceae: Flowering Rush. Hydrocharitaceae: Frogbit. Juncaginaceae: ...
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The Edible Pond and Bog Garden - Plants For A Future
... prefers a rich soil. The tubers are edible, as are the flowering spikes which can be used as a spinach substitute. Beckmannia eruciformis: ... The seed is edible, ground and used as a flour. Butomus umbellatus - Flowering Rush: Native of Britain, it grows in moist soil or water up ... good source of protein, can be added to flour, and the young flowering spikes can be cooked and eaten. As if all that was ...
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Alpines from seed
... few pots each year, once the initial three years are over you will have new flowering material with each new season. Why not devote 25% of your Society order to bulbous ... leaves will be seen emerging during the late winter/spring following sowing and before you rush to prick them out - it does seem to benefit if you allow them to spend ...
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temp
... logs for some trees species and many species of bryophytes, fungi, and lichens, and some flowering plants (Table 7.6) (Samuelsson et al. 1994; D.F. Fraser, pers. comm., 1995; E ... the shoreline, the crash back into the water is much more intense than the inward rush of water. The belief that grew after our country was colonized in 1620 was that ...
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Ranunculaeae Society
... PLANT OF THE MONTH | GALLERY | LINKS | MEANDERINGS AND MUSINGS | BUTTERCUP FAMILY | ORDER RANALES | IMPORTANT GENERA | FLOWERING YEAR | WILD BUTTERCUPS Plant of the Month November/December 2004 Clematis terniflora Sweet Autumn Clematis ... - and bring them into the house, for their scent alone. Do not be in a rush to throw away your cut stems of flowers. Just leave them in a vase on ...
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Abutilon hybridum - Flowering Maple - Malvaceae
... Fancy-leaved Tococa Fiddle-Leaf Fig Firecracker Flower Firespike Fishbone Fern Flame Violet Flowering Maple Flowering Peperomia 'Fluffy Ruffles' Nephrolepis Formosa Lily Fountain Grass Gamma Grass Garden ... Trailing Selaginella Tree Tobacco Tropical Hibiscus True Myrtle Umbrella Plant Unicorn Soft Rush Upland Cotton Variegated Arrowhead Vine Variegated Baby Rubber Plant Variegated Caribbean Agave ...
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Native Plant Information Network: Native Plants Database
... Aloaceae (Aloe Family) Amaranthaceae (Amaranth Family) Anacardiaceae (Sumac Family) Anemiaceae (Flowering Fern Family) Annonaceae (Custard-Apple Family) Apiaceae (Carrot Family) Apocynaceae ... (Butterfly-Bush Family) Burmanniaceae (Bluethread Family) Burseraceae (Frankincense Family) Butomaceae (Flowering-Rush Family) Buxaceae (Box Family) Cabombaceae (Watershield Family) Cactaceae (Cactus Family) ...
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Native Plant Information Network: Image Gallery
... Aloaceae (Aloe Family) Amaranthaceae (Amaranth Family) Anacardiaceae (Sumac Family) Anemiaceae (Flowering Fern Family) Annonaceae (Custard-Apple Family) Apiaceae (Carrot Family) Apocynaceae ... (Butterfly-Bush Family) Burmanniaceae (Bluethread Family) Burseraceae (Frankincense Family) Butomaceae (Flowering-Rush Family) Buxaceae (Box Family) Cabombaceae (Watershield Family) Cactaceae (Cactus Family) ...
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