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The Gardener's Network - Herbs : How to Grow Chamomile
... addition to soothing tea, Chamomile is pretty flower in the herb garden or flower bed. Sweet smelling, daisy like flowers sit atop thin stalks and leaves. The Chamomile plant has leaves are ...
gardenersnet.com

Louise Odier
... blossom to welcome the new month. Fourth of July and we have a few more sweet smelling blossoms. One week later .... We're getting toward late August and Louise Odier surprised me ...
roses.toytrains1.com

JUST FOR KIDS: Some farinaceous folly by Lucy Shober Issue 36
... hundred times. On or about chew number fifty, your bite will begin to have a sweet flavor that is decidedly PASTY. That pasty flavor can be the subject of amazing study ... . If you are old enough, you might remember dipping your hands into buckets of warm sweet smelling starch paste as your mother re-papered the walls of your house. AND speaking of ...
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Platanthera leucostachys- Sierra Bog Orchid
... to gain riches and prosperity- by young men hoping to be lucky, good looking, and sweet smelling, and by young women hoping to gain a mate and have success at love.
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CongressOfHollyhocks
... early tries at importing hollyhocks, I eventually grubbed them out in favor of perennial singles. Sweet smelling, hummingbirds love them. I have a clump of them outside my study window here in ...
www.dragongoose.com

Stinking Flowers
... [W.P. Armstrong, 1 June 1996] A typical flower may be stereotyped as a colorful, sweet-smelling structure that attracts insects. A variety of insects find the showy petals and fragrance ... the Pacific northwest. Unlike some of its fetid-smelling relatives, the flower emits a slightly skunky odor. The purplish-red spathe and foul-smelling stench of dragon arum (Dracunculus vulgaris) attracts ...
waynesword.palomar.edu

Winter Walk - Cambridge University Botanic Garden.
... right, the magnificent, silver-plated trunks of the pines in the Old Pinetum. Search out sweet-smelling violets and early primroses in the British Wild Plants area. 5. The Winter Garden The ...
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botanical.com - A Modern Herbal | Balm - Herb Profile and Information
... : N.O. Labiatae Description History Cultivation Medicinal Action and Uses ---Synonyms---Sweet Balm. Lemon Balm. ---Part Used---Herb. ---Habitat---A native of ... ---The word Balm is an abbreviation of Balsam, the chief of sweet-smelling oils. It is so called from its honeyed sweetness It ... lemon scent, is by common consent one of the most sweetly smelling of all the herbs in the garden. Balm-wine was ...
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botanical.com - A Modern Herbal | Basil, Sweet - Herb Profile and Information
... : N.O. Labiatae ---Part Used---Herb. Description History ---Description---Common or Sweet Basil which is used in medicine and also for culinary purposes ... scorpion. Superstition went so far as to affirm that even smelling the plant might bring a scorpion into the brain. Culpepper says ... upon his own knowledge, that an acquaintance of his, by common smelling to it, had a scorpion breed in his brain.' In ...
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VT Forestry I.D. Cards - sweet birch
... VT Forestry I.D. Cards - sweet birch sweet birch Betulaceae Betula lenta Leaf:Alternate, simple, pinnately-veined, ovate, with an acute tip and ... , 1/2 to 3/4 inch long, appearing in early summer. Males flowers are strongly smelling. Fruit:Large spiny (very sharp) bur 2 to 3 inches in diameter, each contains 2 ...
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