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spurge

see euphorbia, phyllanthusabnormis.

spurge flax
daphnemezereum.
spurge laurel
daphne spp.
spurge olive
daphnemezereum.
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Several insect biological control agents targeting leafy spurge have been introduced from Europe to North America (Bourchier et al.
At the very least, it is somewhat toxic and irritates skin, as does the sap of many spurge family plants.
We all know that celebrities spurge on some crazy stuff, but Kim Kardashian, who is a mother now, spends thousands on a facial.
Abdul Rahman Al-Ewadi, a firewood consumer, said firewood from willow, tamarisk, spurge and acacia trees is in high demand in the Kingdom.
He sees a landscape covered in native mountain big sagebrush interspersed with native fescue grass--and the invasive leafy spurge.
Widespread throughout the Dakotas, Nebraska, Montana and Wyoming, leafy spurge displaces native vegetation and produces plant toxins that defeat other plants.
The sap from a plant known as petty spurge or milkweed - found by roadsides and in woodland - can 'kill' certain types of cancer cells when applied to the skin, reports the Daily Mail.
This bold variegated Spurge has green foliage with a glaucous hue, edged in contrasting creamy-white.
Experts suggest choosing Blackbird Spurge, Purple Hopseed Bush and Powis Castle Wormwood.
Keilhauer | Knoll | Luna Textiles | Maharam | Milliken | Petersen Geller Spurge Inc.
To a human observer, a stand of the invasive forb leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula) can seem alive with the buzzing of flies and bees, all attracted by the pollen-laden anthers and sweet drops of nectar that glisten in the sun.