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Related to celandines: Ranunculus ficaria, Ficaria grandiflora

celandine:

see poppypoppy,
common name for some members of the Papaveraceae, a family composed chiefly of herbs of the Northern Hemisphere having a characteristic milky or colored sap. Most species are native to the Old World; many are cultivated in gardens for their brilliantly colored if
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or crowfoot,
common name for the Ranunculaceae, a family of chiefly annual or perennial herbs of cool regions of the Northern Hemisphere. Thought to be one of the most primitive families of dicotyledenous plants, the Ranunculaceae typically have a simple
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celandine

either of two unrelated plants, Chelidonium majus (see greater celandine) or Ranunculus ficaria (see lesser celandine)
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Like lesser celandines, the wOOD ANEMONEs also close up at night and before rain.
The Doctrine of Signatures was the medieval practice where plants were used to treat ailments of the organs they resemble and celandines were used as a cure for piles - a sort of pre-homeopathy.
Some gardeners fear celandines - once their little white rhizomes escape, it is difficult to persuade them to restrict themselves to where you want them to grow.
Under the doctrine of signatures – a medieval practice where plants were used to treat the ailments of organs they looked like – celandines were used as a cure for piles.
Warmest welcome, for she's a jolly good yellow OUR first celandines have just poked up their heads and a couple of their green-backed flowers have opened to reveal the most vivid yellow flowers ever.
my favourite Warmest welcome, for she's a jolly good yellow OUR first celandines have just poked up their heads and a couple of their green-backed flowers have opened to reveal the most vivid yellow flowers ever.
Celandines The deep blue |of pulmonarias, pictured, helps yellow-floured helleborus x hybridus glow more brightly Protecting.
Under the doctrine of signatures - a medieval practice where plants were used to treat the ailments of organs they looked like - celandines were used as a cure for piles.
CELANDINES, daffodils, catkins, the first leaves on the hedgerows - spring has taken a hold, and I am cautiously optimistic that we will have no more heavy frosts.
Very soon, you should be seeing the pale yellow of primroses and the sunshine shades of lesser celandines in woods and hedgerows.
Warmest welcome, for she's a jolly good yellow 6 Our first celandines have just poked up their heads and a couple of their green-backed flowers have opened to reveal the most vivid yellow flowers ever.
And the bright family of celandines brings poetry and warmth to the garden THERE was one day last week when, just for a few hours, I felt spring had come.