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foamflower

Has spikes with white or pink flowers with hairy rounded maple-like leaves. Diuretic. Has seven flavonoids, 4 steroids and numerous phytochemicals. Used for mouth problems and clearing white-yeast coating from tongue.
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Tiarella and some Chrysosplenium species have a monosymmetric gynoecium giving rise to fruits with rain dispersal (see above).
The opener looks to be between recent course winners Banna's and Tiarella and the former might shade it for John Cullen and Mags Mullins.
Lovely Present's six-length Clonmel win suggests she will be hard to beat in the bumper but Tiarella may have come on sufficiently from her debut here last month to score.
The embryonic interstitial cell system of the marine hydrozoan Pennaria tiarella has been characterized by Martin and associates (Martin and Thomas, 1977, 1980, 1981a, b; Martin and Archer, 1986; Martin, 1988a, 1990, 1991).
Karyotypic relationships among species of Boykinia, Heuchera, Mitella, Sullivantia, Tiarella, and Tolmiea (Saxifragaceae).
Tiarella and Lithophragma comprise three and nine species, respectively.
A mile-and-a-quarter Ayr maiden scorer in 2003 when with Barry Hills, he was coaxed into the lead running down to the second-last by Casey before pulling nine lengths clear of Tiarella.
15: TIARELLA (D N Russell, 12-1) 1' Oscar Orange (6-1) 2' Haydens First (9-4f) 3.
FOAM flower or Tiarella cordifolia produces frothy spires of tiny white flowers over a long period from late spring until the middle of the
Davy Russell reached the 55 mark for the season when taking the two-mile mares' maiden hurdle on Tiarella, whose trainer, Dungourney, County Cork-based Denis Ahern, said: "I told [Russell's agent] Frosty Kelly that if Davy could ride her she'd win.
8 Tiarella Iron Butterfly is a wonderful mound-forming plant, with a height and spread of about 30cm by 45cm.