B N 4316 Koch [Pecan] Juncaceae Juncus
torreyi Coville [Torrey's C N 4319 rush] Krameriaceae Krameria lanceolata Torr.
workshop includes making a small basket of this material utilized by native Americans, 9 a.
vegetation, pt, 10 October 2006, 1[female] (CRB); Crete, Chania, Georgio poli, grassland near marsh, 20 m, 12 September 2004, 1[female] (CRB); Chania, Agia, marshy area around lake, 3 May 2002, 1[female] (CRB); Chania, Frangokastello, dunes with Phragmites pools, 10 m, 10 April 2002, 3[female] (CRB); Heraklion, Ano Zaros, Limni Potamou, stones near spring, 370 m, 15 September 2004, 1[male]1[female] (CRB); Heraklion, Kasteli N.
For a more contemporary foliage arrangement, choose dark with light - say a Heuchera 'Chocolate Ruffles' with its dark leaves which are burgundy underneath - and combine it with light green Teucrium scorodonia 'Crispum', and a central plant of Juncus
For a more contemporary foliage arrangement, choose dark with light - say a heuchera chocolate ruffles with its dark leaves which are burgundy underneath - and combine it with light-green teucrium scorodonia crispum and a central plant of juncus
Hinoki false cypress, Japanese maples, and Juncus
patens are naturally airy, while other plants such as camellia are pruned for openness.
Species Division Class 1 Capparis cartilaginea Spermatophyta Angiospermae a e 2 Capparis sinaica 3 Dipterygium glaucum 4 Farsetia longisiliqua 5 Citrullus colocynthis 6 Peganum harmala 7 Haplophyllum tuberculatum 8 Spergula falax 9 Robbairea deliliana 10 Hammada elegans 11 Acacia tortilis 12 Casia italica 13 Alhagi maurorum 14 Astragalus annularis 15 Tephrosia apollinea 16 Rhaziz stricta 17 Calotropis procera 18 Convolovulus desertii 19 Heliotropium supinum 20 Heliotropium digynum 21 Achillea santolina 22 Echinops spinosissimus 23 Francoeuria crispa 24 Setaria verticillata 25 Juncus
Mrs Jones said: 'It's called Juncus
Although we collected data on all marsh plant species, here we present only data on the most ubiquitous species (the native succulents Salicornia virginica and Arthrocnemum subterminale, the invasive grass, Parapholis incurva, and a grouping of transition/ upland species that included the native rush, Juncus
bufonius, non-native grasses Polypogon monspeliensis, Lolium multiflorum, Bromus diandrus, and B.
KEY WORDS: ecological economics; sustainability; wetland; environmental policy; conservation and development projects; Juncus
Grevillea striata * * Heliotropium asperrimum * Hicksbeachia pinnatifolia * Hovea longpipes * * Juncus
q (th is a thorn) HELPEALES helpe-ales, OED ale A3, 1687q OREILLERS OED oreille, 1523q (French) LESEUERII Juncus
leseuerii fonticola, ITIS plant DETRESSIT OED detressed, 1500q