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No, Im not about to transplant smartweed to my garden.
The nine most-common plant species found in 20 PEM1 wetlands in the northern Sierra foothills were (not in order of prevalence) (A) common rush, (B) water smartweed, (C) sand spikerush, (D) rice cutgrass, (E) Baltic rush, (F) dallis grass, (G) common spikerush, (H) cattail and (I) willowherb.
The rectangular cells were densely vegetated with water smartweed, johnsongrass, and alligator weed.
In the fields, look for Deptford pink, smartweed, tall meadow rue, great mullein, leatherflower, sow thistle, wild petunia, Queen Anne's lace and the bright blue Asiatic dayflower.
They prefer starchy foods including cattails, pickerelweed, bulrush, smartweed, duck potato, horsetail, water lily, sedges, young willow trees, and rice, when grown as a flooded crop.
As we rounded the corner of a tiny point of soggy, ground and half-submerged smartweed.
Distant seconds include giant and yellow foxtail, shepherds purse and smartweed.
The upper cells contained shorter plants, such as Sego pondweed and water smartweed (polygonum amphibium), and a small amount of cattail (less than five percent of surface area) along the edges of the raceways.
The thaw brings smartweed, cockleburr, The sheafing man your parents knew.
At night they selected open areas in corn (Zea mays) and wheat stubble (Triticum aestivum), as well in willows (Salix alba) and smartweed (Polygonum spp.
In 1998, Nuevo San Juan received the green certification by the Smartweed World Forest Council.
I pictured where he had probably tied her up and done it, out behind the barn where the smartweed and buttonweed took over in high summertime, where on hot afternoons you could count on a large angular shape of cool shade, where I had once come across my father jerking off, facing the old cement silo, his back partly turned.