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fireweed

senecio spp., e.g. S. lautus, S. linearifolius, S. madagascariensis.
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Mineral Resource Estimate by Class for the Fireweed Extension of the Minto East Deposit, at a 1.
We walked through the US/Canadian border, and Tormented Valley, with its pink fireweed.
Leaving stone behind in two smaller pieces, he chooses tall, slender, intricately realized shapes, a wand of coral (again in polyurethane) supporting a seahorse (a pregnant male, natch), and a pair of six-foot-high fireweed plants, which pick up the lava premise in their name and their coating of volcanic ash.
But a richly-coloured blanket of fireweed, alder, berries and fiddle-head fern still covered the hillside.
For the rest of the evening, Gary Farmer (of Dry Lips Oughta Move to Kapuskasing, Buffalo Tracks, Powwow Highway and Smoke Signals fame) hosted the event, introducing scenes from Tomson Highway's The Rez Sisters and Rose, Tina Mason's Diva Ojibway, Daniel David Moses' Almighty Voice and His Wife and Red River, John MacLeod's Diary of a Crazy Boy, Billy Merasty's Fireweed, an Indigeni Fairy Tale, Drew Hayden Taylor's Only Drunks and Children Tell the Truth, Yvette Nolan's Annie Mae's Movement and the Turtle Gals' the Scrubbing Project.
But it is wonderful to see Canadian publications that provide an arena for young Canadian feminists to articulate their views (another excellent example is the Fall/Winter 1997 issue of Fireweed, called "Revolution Girl Style").
She's also choreographed several solo works, and has choreographed and acted in a number of plays, including Age of Iron, Fireweed, and Dry Lips Oughta Move to-Kapaskasing.
In August I shot a young moose that was eating fireweed near our
And the fireweed can grow to seven feet high, covered in pink flowers from top to bottom.
Shortly after, there was the advent of fireweed, one of the first plants to grow after such events, and lodge pole seedlings growing everywhere.