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- Figwort: Correspondences
- Scrophularia nodosa Folk Names: Gender: Feminine Planet: Venus Element: Water Deity: Power: Health, Protection...
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- A yet further reason to be concerned about GMOs is that most of them contain a viral sequence called the cauliflower mosaic virus (CaMV) promoter (or they contain the similar figwort mosaic virus (FMV) promoter).
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- In mid-summer, blue columbine, paintbrush, groundsel, arrowleaf balsamroot, mouse ear, figwort and penstemon are abundant.
- Dalmatian toadflax still sold in greenhouses
- Dalmatian toadflax is considered to be a part of the figwort family. It is also known as “broadleaf toadflax,” “wild snapdragon,” and “smooth toadflax.” It grows best in full sun, on dry sites, with coarse textured, well-drained soils.
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