blazing star


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blazing star

Any of a number of plants used in herbal medicine:
(1) Fairywand, see there; Chamaelirium luteum.
(2) Aletris.
(3) Helonias.
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On Wednesday, April 8, the Women's Chamber of Commerce of Texas held its annual Stars Across Texas luncheon, honoring the achievements of Texas women business leaders and announced its 2008 Texas Business Woman of the Year and Blazing Stars winners.
All of the women nominated as Texas Business Woman of the Year and Blazing Stars have worked, struggled, laughed and cried on their journeys to success, and were so willing to share their inspirational stories to help others coming along the path behind them.
Several species of Blazing Star are sold in nurseries as ornamental garden plants, appreciated for their long, dense spires of brilliant, violet-purple flowers.
Bright purple prairie blazing stars and spiny white rattlesnake masters mix with tall green grasses and yellow black-eyed susans across the 53-acre prairie.
And above us, a billion blazing stars - no light pollution in those blacked-out times.
In Missouri, some glades do resemble prairies, with plants that include big and little bluestem, Indian grass, Indian paintbrush, prairie larkspur, purple coneflower, and blazing stars.
The area grew back to what it was historically-a native prairie of waving grasses, purple blazing stars, yellow sunflowers, and light blue spring pasqueflowers.
They favor small flowers or florets in flat, round or elongated clusters like penta and lantana, which bear hundreds of lavender, red, pink or white flowers; or blazing stars with dense spikes of purple, magenta, or white flowers that open from the top down.
The philosophers report that "three blazing stars appear there, one after another in a short time, whereof two were bright, and one dim" (26).
Also along Highway 14 is Red Rock Canyon State Park where you'll find wildflower classics as well as woolly daisies, blazing stars and primroses.
SYDNEY has been a constellation of blazing stars over this past fortnight, but the Millennium Games now revolve around just one.
Blazing stars and parsnips can be found in the parking areas.