cinquefoil


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cinquefoil

Herbal medicine
(1) Potentilla erecta; erect cinquefoil, see there.
(2) Potentilla reptans, a perennial herb; it is antidiarrhoeal, antipyretic, astringent and tonic, and has been used to treat nasal and oral bleeding, sore throat and toothaches.
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136) FWS responded to this problem by creating a conservation management structure to provide ongoing risk management after the cinquefoil was delisted.
The Cinquefoil Connection is an exciting tangled tale that is supported by ruthless five secondary characters that will not stop at anything-even murder in order to have their own hand picked candidate occupy the highest office in the land.
Rare cinquefoil bloom just inches from the path and marsh grasses waft in the breeze.
Creeping plants, including speedwell (Veronica pectinata), spring cinquefoil (Potentilla tabernaemontanii), woolly thyme, and common moss, form seams in the gaps between the steps and patio stones.
Yet, many small changes are in evidence--especially in vegetation such as sedges, bluegrass, alpine timothy, and cinquefoil.
SIR James Cayzer wishes it known that plants featured in a story carried last week were not cannabis, as a leading drugs expert stated, but in fact were Marsh Cinquefoil.
His armorial bearings displayed three anchors crested by a falcon on a rock, one claw resting on a cinquefoil, and the motto "By Perseverance.
Way of the costermonger's wooden barrow And of the secular marble cinquefoil and lancet Of the great store.
Yet there it was, miles north of where it should be, anchored to an unstable talus slope at the treeline and overlooking a glacial rockyard where only cinquefoil flourished.
Working together with the Warwickshire branch of Buttery Conservation, Severn Trent Water volunteers created a 'buttery bund',' a south facing bank of earth that has been seeded with wild plants including strawberries, creeping cinquefoil and kidney vetch seed.
Sulfur cinquefoil, sulfur five-fingers; Western old-field; Rare; C = 0; BSUH 17739.
Llanymynech's rare plants include: spring cinquefoil, autumn ladies-tresses, English whitebeam, yellow-wort, fragrant orchid, rock-rose, autumn gentian and calamint.