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dayflower

Herbal medicine
A perennial herb native to Asia, which is diuretic and has been used for diarrhoea, flu, urinary infections and sore throats.
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Another dayflower relative is Moses-in-a-boat, with lurid purple, spiky leaves.
The Asiatic dayflower is considered a weed because of its tendency to appear suddenly as an unwanted guest, unannounced and unplanted, in moist flower beds.
Croton, erect dayflower (Commelina erecta) and beach groundcherry (Physalis cinerascens) densities were greatest on burned sites, whereas silky evolvulus (Evolvulus alsinoides) and hoary blackfoot (Melampodium cinereum) were greatest on nontreated sites.
Densities of erect dayflower (Commelina erecta) and beach groundcherry (Physalis cinerascens) were greatest on burned sites throughout the study.
Dominant forbs included croton (Croton), dayflower (Commelina erecta), partridge pea (Chamaecrista fasciculate), and sunflower (Helianthus annuus).
Satish Seemar was in at the start of the Nad Al Sheba revolution, as trainer at Sheikh Mohammed's Za'abeel stables since January 1991, from where two years later he was credited with the first Maktoum winner trained outside Europe, Dayflower.
Out in the fields, look for butterfly weed, purple loosestrife, Queen Anne's lace, purple coneflower, wild petunia, bouncing bets, blue dayflower, sow thistle, white vervain, dogbane, black-eyed Susan, Leatherflower, Germander, pokeweed, St.
Erect dayflower (Commelina erecta) density was greater within the dripline of P.
Annual and perennial forbs included Texas croton (Croton texensis), heartsepal buckwheat (Eriogonum multiflorum), annual phlox (Phlox drummondii), wooly globemallow (Sphaeralcea lindheimeri), and whitemouth dayflower (Commelina erecta).
Purple loosestrife, lizard's tail, Queen Anne's lace, purple coneflower, wild petunia, bouncing bet, Asiatic dayflower, sow thistle, white vervain, dogbane, black-eyed Susan, leatherflower, figwort, lesser stitchwort, square-stemmed germander, pokeweed, St.
Seemar, the first UAE-based trainer to saddle a winner in Britain courtesy of Dayflower in 1993, has been champion trainer on three occasions.