annua

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He has observed it even between forms so closely related (as Matthiola annua and glabra) that many botanists rank them only as varieties.
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Apart from olive leaves, people can grow their own Artemisia annua or afra bushes and make tea or use the powdered dry leaves, mixed with honey, to fight malaria.
"And you need to putt poa annua greens very well with a lot of break, which is something I've done well."
Sadly, last year the greens were damaged due to a reaction to a chemical application used in order to combat poa annua grass, with the first eight holes worst hit.
The annua community service event, now in its fifth year, helped to kick off the IFA Annual Convention in Las Vegas.
Shares of NewLink Genetics are higher ahead of the tomorrow's presentation at the American Association for Cancer Research's annua; meeting.
Nesting material consisted of dry leaves of annual grass Poa annua, small twigs of bushes and downy feathers.
For dried, everlasting winter arrangements, honesty, or Lunaria annua, produces shimmering silver penny seedpods.
LUNARIA annua, or Honesty is grown as much for its attractive purple flowers in spring as for its beautiful disc-shaped translucent silver pods - a florist's favourite in their dried form.
Lunaria annua, or Honesty This is grown as much for its attractive purple flowers in spring as for its beautiful disc-shaped translucent silver pods - a florist's favourite in their dried form.
The most famous among them is Artemisia annua L., sweet wormwood, a highly aromatic herb of Asian and Eastern European origin that is nowadays naturalized worldwide.