A selection of articles related to canadensis.
Original articles from our library related to the Canadensis. See Table of Contents for further available material (downloadable resources) on Canadensis.
- Columbine: Correspondences
- Aquilegia canadensis Folk Names: Lion's Herb Gender: Feminine Planet: Venus Element: Water Deity: Power: Love, Courage...
Herbalism >> Herbs dictionary C
- Elder: Correspondences
- Sambucus canadensis Folk Names: Alhuren, Battree, Bourne Tree. Bour Tree, Eldrum, Ellhorn, Frau Holle , Hildemoer , Hollunder , Hylder, Lady Ellhorn, Old Gal, Old Lady, Pipe Tree, Rob Elder, Sureau , Sweet Elder, Tree of Doom Gender: Feminine Planet: Venus...
Herbalism >> Herbs dictionary E
- Golden Seal: Correspondences
- Hydrastis canadensis Folk Names: Eye Balm, Eye Root, Ground Rasberry, Indian Dye, Indian Paint, Jaundice Root, Orange Root, Tumeric Root, Warnera, Wild Curcurma, Yellow Puccoon, Yellow Root Gender: Masculine Planet: Sun Element: Fire Deity: Power: Money,...
Herbalism >> Herbs dictionary G
- Bloodroot: Correspondences
- Sanguinaria canadensis Poison Folk Names: King Root, Red Root Gender: Masculine Planet: Mars Element: Fire Deity: Power: Love, Protection, Purification...
Herbalism >> Herbs dictionary B
- Cinquefoil: Correspondences
- Potentilla canadensis or P. reptans Folk Names: Crampweed, Five Finger Blossom, Five Fingers, Goosegrass, Goose Tansy, Moor Grass, Pentaphyllon, Silver Cinquefoil, Silverweed, Sunkfield, Synkefoyle Gender: Masculine Planet: Jupiter Element: Fire Deity: Power:...
Herbalism >> Herbs dictionary C
Canadensis is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Canadensis books and related discussion.
Suggested Pdf Resources
- Cercis canadensis Eastern Redbud
- Fact Sheet ST-145. November 1993. Cercis canadensis.
- NOBANIS – Invasive Alien Species Fact Sheet Solidago canadensis
- recognised within the S.
- Collinsonia Canadensis.
- Collinsonia Canadensis. The Therapeutic Uses of Collinsonia Root are by Professor W. N.
- FLORIDA SANDHILL CRANE Grus canadensis pratensis
- heard from far away. Similar Species: Indistinguishable from greater sandhill crane (Grus canadensis tabida), which winters in Florida.
- HYDRASTIS CANADENSIS.*
- HYDRASTIS CANADENSIS.*. BY JOHN URI LLOYD, Ph.
Suggested News Resources
- What's good for the goose
- The geese, whose species name is Branta Canadensis, have menaced beaches, waterfronts, parks and fields across North America, as well as locally.
- Dance like a sandhill crane
- This is when the sandhill crane (Grus Canadensis) begins an intricate mating ritual. There are only 15 species of cranes worldwide and many of them are in dangerous population declines.
- Verizon union workers protest cuts in benefits
- In Stroudsburg, Robin Stanton of Canadensis, Maria Innarella of Bethlehem and Jeanette Mitchell of Saylorsburg explain their case.Keith R.
- Elderberry: The magical and mountain-loving shrub
- Sambucus nigra is native to Europe but fully naturalized here while Sambucus Canadensis is native to North America. Both are equally as beneficial.
Suggested Web Resources
- Camp Canadensis | Traditional Camping for Today's Child
- Canadensis is a premier seven week co-ed camp in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania for campers between the age of 7 and 16 years old.
- Canadensis, Pennsylvania (18325) Conditions & Forecast : Weather
- Canadensis, PA. 11:51 AM EDT on September 06, 2011 (GMT -0400). Elev: 1300 ft.
- Canadensis Bed and Breakfast Hotels, Canadensis, Pennsylvania
- The leading directory of Canadensis, Pennsylvania bed and breakfasts since 1995. Over 5000 B&Bs and country inns.
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