celandine


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Related to celandine: Chelidonium majus, greater celandine

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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He wanted images of this wildflower to decorate his tomb but his relatives got it wrong and used the greater celandine, Chelidonium majus.
Police launched an appeal to try and track down the teenager and by midday on Wednesday Scott, of Celandine Way, Windy Nook, was found safe and well.
Dandelion, plantain, coltsfoot, stinging nettle, greater celandine and dozens of other plants were used medicinally.
4 Celandine Way, Windy Nook, Gateshead, is available to rent part-furnished through Fraser Lake at pounds 550pcm, tel: 0191 478 3456.
Primroses are right up there, along with monkshood, Peruvian lily, anthurium, arum, asparagus, greater celandine, leylandii, daphne, weeping fig, ivy, hyacinth, iris, lobelia, daffodil and tulip.
White juice from a dandelion stem, or Greater celandine, applied daily will also work.
Mae llysiau'r wennol (Chelidonium majus; greater celandine) a dant y llew yn ddau o blanhigion sydd wedi'u defnyddio.
Other legal, non-prescription remedies that can sicken or kill are aconite, chaparral, colloidal silver, coltsfoot, comfrey, germanium, greater celandine, kava and lobelia.
That was British poet William Wordsworth's way of saying that the lesser celandine is one hardy little spreading perennial.
Rhys Moorhead was last seen playing in his grandparents' garden in Celandine Close, Marton, at 9.30am.
Yellow lesser celandine, white stitchwort and purple violets, amongst others, are taking advantage of the light which will be denied them once the trees come into leaf.