A selection of articles related to augustifolia.
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- Echinacea: Correspondences
- Echinacea augustifolia Folk Names: Black Sampson, Coneflower, Rudbeckia Gender: Planet: Element: Deity: Power: Strengthening Spells...
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- Lavender, A Drought-Tolerant Beauty
- Lavendula augustifolia, or English lavender, is probably the most well-known variety. It is native to the Mediterranean region. Its gray-green leaves are fragrant and bright against the standard green yard.
- Genital herpes
- The holistic remedy being suggested for total cure of Genital Herpes is a combination of natural extracts of Eugenia caryophylatta, Citrus lemonis, Euphorbia unispina, Hypericum perforatum and Echinacea augustifolia.
- 2015 On an Urban Farm: The Year in Review
- Following advice to start slow and small we took the first steps to building the infrastructure for our urban farm: 1. Purchased a green house for propagation; 2. Planted 45 Lavender Grosso and Lavender Augustifolia plants; 3.
- Sleeping Around: How to Sleep on a Lavender Farm
- "Have any more of that lavender spray?
- Fertile ground in others' gardens
- We admired her clipped hedges of smoky Old Man Saltbush (Atriplex nummularia “Eyres Green”) around the orchard, hardy natives which attract beneficial insects, and Russian Olives (Elaeagnus augustifolia), deciduous but now covered in tiny, fragrant ...
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