loquat


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Related to loquat: Eriobotrya japonica
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For one, the flies infest grapefruit only at low levels--preferring loquat, guava, and other backyard fruits that can be separated from commercial citrus by maintaining the fly-free zones.
The dried leaf of loquat is a famous Traditional chinese medicine for treatment to clear away lung-heat, eliminate phlegm, lower the adverse-rising energy, relieve cough and regulate the stomach to restrain vomiting (A Group of Editors for Chinese Materia Medica, 1996).
The crabbed loquat branch in the Chemin Fleuri is not simply there, it touches; the date palm whispers; and this coming together of actions is the tingling that the poem calls 'today'.
Instead, shoppers at greengrocers and supermarkets are rejoicing in the bounty that spring has brought: loquats -- known in Arabic as akidinia -- sour plums -- or janarek -- and the first crop of cherries.
TREES: Bronze loquat, Cercis canadensis 'Forest Pansy', purple-leafed plum, Royal Purple' smoke tree, variegated dogwood, variegated Japanese maples.
NATURAL HERBS, LOQUAT & HONEY EXTRACT: Used as a prompt and effective relief for coughs due to colds, sore throat or loss of voice.
The effects of husbandry on flavour is also discussed and when dealing with unusual fruits one author covers Feijoa, Roseapple, Cherimoya, Custard apple, Soursop, Carambola, Cashew apple, Babaco, Durian, Mangosteen, Loquat and Beli fruit, to name a few.
featuring Metro Station, Rachael Yamagata, Quiet Company, Graffiti6, Allen Stone, OK Sweetheart, Ume, Dead Sara, Retro Stefson, The Ettes, Loquat, Tommy Brunett, Native June, Brad Standley and the Foxflies and special guests.
Hanna is one of a dwindling number of farmers who continue growing loquat -- known as "akedinia" locally -- in the villages of Bqosta and Alman, north of the Awwali River.
Loquat is grown as a dooryard plant and is distributed in several counties throughout the state (Wunderlin & Hansen 2008).
This hybrid between ornamental loquat (Eriobotrya) and India hawthorn (Rhaphiolepis) has lush, bronzes-green foliage, pink flowers that fade to white and a sub-tropical look.
This quartet of tiny pests can lay eggs in and ruin more than 400 different fruits and vegetables, including citrus, coffee, eggplant, guava, loquat, mango, melon, papaya, passion fruit, peach, pepper, persimmon, plum, star fruit, tomato, and zucchini.