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- Groundsel: Correspondences
- Senecio spp. Folk Names: Groundeswelge (Anglo-Saxon for 'Ground-Swallower'), Ground Glutton, Grundy Swallow, Sention, Simson Gender: Feminine Planet: Venus Element: Water Deity: Power: Health, Healing...
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- Everything you need to know about Atlanta Botanical Garden's spring bloom
- Woolly Groundsel (Packera tomentosa) – Often found living along granite outcroppings, Woolly Groundsel can be found in the Garden's Conservation Garden.
- Meet the native groundsel tree with silky white tufts — as well as the greedy
- Scientifically known as Baccharis halimifolia, groundsel tree has many common names, "groundsel" referring to the cottony tufts on the female plant, she adds.
- Changeable weather could help, hurt Texas wildflower displays
- And around Austin, bluebonnets, golden groundsel, and spiderwort are flowering. Following recent rain, other wildflowers in the Austin area are beginning to bloom, including ten-petaled anemones (also called windflower and ten-petal thimbleweed), Texas ...
- Conquering Mount Kilimanjaro: A Journey to Remember
- Once you are in the open moorland you will get the chance to see some of Kilimanjaro's most spectacular plants – the endemic giant lobelia which grows up to 3 m in height and the giant groundsel (SeneciaKilimanjari), which can reach heights of 5m!
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