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Asarum

(as'ar-ŭm),
A genus of plants of the family Aristolochiaceae.
[L., fr. G. asaron, hazelwort]
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If you have such an area, then why not carpet it with the dark, glossy leaves of Asarum europaeum, or Lily of the Valley, whose white, bell-shaped flowers are sufficient reward for its invasiveness.
COMMON NAME SCIENTIFIC NAME Bugleweed or carpet bugle Ajuga reptans Wild ginger Asarum spp.
Aesculus glabra, Comus racemosa, and Ulmus americana (Table 1), Asarum canadense, Impatiens capensis, Laportea canadensis, and Lysimachia nummularia (Table 2).
Zum Feinbau der Siebrohren-Plastiden von Aristolochia und Asarum (Aristolochiaceae) Planta.
serpentaria, asarum canadense, wild ginger) VERY LIKELY HAZARDOUS: Banned in other countries, FDA warning, or adverse effects in studies Comfrey (Symphytum Abnormal liver function or FDA advised industry officinale, ass damage, often irreversible; to remove from market ear, black root, deaths reported.
Banned in asarum canadense, wild seven European ginger) countries and Egypt, Japan, and Venezuela.
Banned in seven serpentary, European countries serpentaria, asarum and Egypt, Japan, and canadense, wild Venezuela.
Asarum europaeu - which comes from a herb family known for its anti-cancer properties and for enhancing the immune system.
Clonal growth and ramet performance in the woodland herb, Asarum canadense.
In this paper, we ask whether known dispersal mechanisms can account for the Holocene spread of the temperate woodland herb, Asarum canadense L.
Scattered pairs of asarum leaves, floating in space or landing gently, lend weightlessness to the image.
G & L Beijer AB (STO:BEIJB) divests its business in the Swedish subsidiary, Asarum Industriaktiebolag (AIA), to the Italian LU-VE Group.