Caption: Florida betony
is one of the most common plants found in urban Florida.
FRIENDS: Sarah Gent, left, and Joanne Cullum, with their children Betony
and Marley, went through pregnancy at the same time which has made their friendship stronger SHARED EXPERIENCE: For Sarah and Joanne
The MySQL developer community has released the first public iteration of what will be the next version of MySQL, version 5.5.<p>MySQL database administrators are encouraged to test MySQL Server 5.5.0-m2, code-named "Betony
," though not run it on their production systems yet.<p>"The new features in this release are of beta quality.
The son of Royal Applause had run in a bumper at Uttoxeter last month, and he came through late on to collar Betony
for a half-length win under Jimmy Quinn.
Pedieularis lanceolata Michx.; Swamp Lousewort, Fen Lousewort, Fen Betony
; Wet roadside ditch and meadow; Infrequent; C = 6; BSUH 14684.
Broadleaf weeds include purslane, betony
, pusley, pennywort (dollarweed), oxalis, and spurge.
) is reputed to have healing properties.
who confesses, "I wish I could not think, that I might not remember," calls for, among other things, "3 handfuls" of "sweet Mints Angelica, Betony
, Comstop flowers, Sage and Rosemary flowers, sweet Marjoram" mixed into "4 gallons of strong Ale" (3.4.19-21).
She also recommends 2 to 3 dropperfuls each of dandelion (Taraxacum officinale), burdock (Arctium lappa), and wood betony
(Betonica officinalis) tinctures for medium and large dogs, twice daily, plus 2 to 3 teaspoons of strongly brewed chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla) tea twice daily with food.
Campion owners Penny and Julian have six cottages in total with the biggest, Betony
, sleeping eight people and boasting a magnificent inglenook fireplace.
Collect the aerial parts (leaf, stem and budding flowers) of Wood Betony
just before the flowers bloom.
He meets up with a tangle-child (elf) named Betony
, and together they search for a cure for his illness while trying to combat an evil japegrin (pixie) who is trying to sell potions that purportedly heal but instead can be fatal.