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A tree used by Native Americans as antipyretic and laxative, and by Western herbalists as an appetite stimulant, and to treat renal and hepatic disease

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If you think you have found boxwood blight on your property, contact the local Penn State Cooperative Extension Office for free diagnosis.
Boxwood Means sees little on the horizon that might derail the small-cap sector's health.
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Boxwood has a mixed reputation in the gardening world--a bit too formal for some gardeners, obliging and versatile to others.
He was ordered to pay pounds 160 in a fine and costs and banned from all football matches for three years Neil Edwards, 19, of Boxwood Close ; Thomas Harrison, 25, of Kippling Avenue, and Brian James McElhinney, 22, of Cowper Way, all of Huyton, denied invading the pitch.
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Miles of walking trails and roads on the Arboretum's 446 acres feature native eastern deciduous trees and exceptional collections of bonsai, boxwood, and other plants and herbs.
Near-historic low interest rates have underpinned successful purchase and refinance deals despite low valuations, sticky vacancy rates and uninspiring rental growth in most sectors," stated Randy Fuchs, Boxwood principal and co-founder.
com)-- Geranium Street Floral recently prepared and shipped two artificial boxwood panels from its San Marcos facility to Los Angeles, where it was shipped to a client.