The plant's scientific name then became "Gutierrezia elegans," commonly known as Lone Mesa snakeweed. From Wordnik.com. [Vail Daily - Top Stories] Reference
Schneider said he and his wife, Betty, have found 700 of the Lone Mesa snakeweed plants in a portion of the park, a small number in comparison to other well-known species. From Wordnik.com. [Vail Daily - Top Stories] Reference
Round the body of the trees, planted some at their root, and some upon the different parts of the trunk, crept the withy, the snakeweed, the ivy, and the hop, and intermingled with them the jessamine and the honeysuckle, in the most unbounded profusion. From Wordnik.com. [Imogen A Pastoral Romance] Reference
The Environmental Quality Incentives Program will be discussed, as well as: mechanical and chemical control of mesquite and cedar; precision brush management using global information systems; brush management in conservation reserve program lands; yucca, cholla and broom snakeweed control; herbicide management of sand shinoak and other brush species; prescribed burning; biological control of saltcedar; and utilizing mesquite as a biofuel. From Wordnik.com. [High Plains Journal] Reference
The sniggering of the snakeweed. From Wordnik.com. [Smart Bitches, Trashy Books] Reference
ארכובית: snakeweed. From Wordnik.com. [MyLinkVault Newest Links] Reference
The natural vegetation of these plains included blue grama, galleta, sand dropseed, threeawns, ring muhly, broom snakeweed, cacti, yucca, and cholla. From Wordnik.com. [Ecoregions of New Mexico (EPA)] Reference
He likewise collected a number of herbs and simples; as Virginian snakeweed, contrajerva, pestilence-wort, angelica, elecampane, zedoary, tormentil, valerian, lovage, devils-bit, dittany, master-wort, rue, sage, ivy-berries, and walnuts; together with bole ammoniac, terra sigillata, bezoar-water, oil of sulphur, oil of vitriol, and other compounds. From Wordnik.com. [Old Saint Paul's A Tale of the Plague and the Fire] Reference
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