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A tree used by Native Americans as antipyretic and laxative, and by Western herbalists as an appetite stimulant, and to treat renal and hepatic disease

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For more details or to book call Boxwood Tours on 01341 241717 or visit www.
These charming gardens have grown around the ruins of the old castle and its ancient walls are festooned with rambling roses and clematis framed by topiary yews and boxwood.
I'm not sure if I prefer a flowering hedge like lantana or a non-flowering one like boxwood.
Both members and nonmembers of the trade group can use the JobCenter, developed in tandem with Boxwood Technology Inc.
They are owed over pounds 50,000 - pounds 11,135 overdue from October and November and pounds 40,702 due 13 days from now including pounds 12,000 from the posh Boxwood Cafe in London.
Violincello and boxwood flute date from the end of the 18th Century and the 'square' pianoforte was manufactured by Broadwood in 1830.
A comb love token carved between 1475 and 1525 in France and made of boxwood with ivory panels with silk underlay.
The celebrity chef visits her and says: "I've offered her work experience at my London restaurant, the Boxwood Cafe.
The National Boxwood Collection contains the world's largest collection of boxwood species and cultivars.
Woods with low porosity, and high density, such as olivewood mid boxwood.
Boxwood CafA, Wilton Place, Knightsbridge, London, (020) 7235-1010, email: boxwoodcafe@gordonramsay.