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Knotweed: Correspondences
Polygonum aviculare Folk Names: Armstrong, Centinode, Cowgrass, Hogweed, Knotgrass, Nine Joints, Ninety Knot, Pigrush, Pigweed,Red Robin, Sparrow's Tongue, Swynel Grass Gender: Feminine Planet: Saturn Element: Earth Deity: Power: Binding, Health...
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Hogweed horror: Toxic plant could be in YOUR garden after winter floods
The spread of hogweed into open spaces like parks and woods also poses a major health hazard to pets like dogs, which can pass the toxic sap from their coats to their owners' skin when stroked.
The Giant Hogweed Orchestra: psicodelismo de guitarra e flauta da Finlândia
Apesar do nome ser o mesmo da clássica canção do Genesis, o The Giant Hogweed Orchestra tem mais a ver com as viagens de certa fase do Floyd do que com Gabriel ou Collins. Os mais de 45 minutos do único álbum que deixaram, de 2004, é uma ...
Great, something else to worry about: giant hogweed
Giant hogweed is a native of the Caucasus region of Eurasia brought to the the UK and then the U.S. as -- get this -- a garden ornamental appreciated for its showy good looks.
Giant hogweed: everything you need to know
Beware of the hogweed! That might sound like something from Harry Potter and his Herbology lessons, but it's a very real warning.
How hogweed is taking over the British countryside
The Day of the Triffids may have been fiction – but this image shows how highly toxic giant hogweed is marching across Britain. The invasive plant with its distinctive white blooms can grow to almost 12ft tall and dominates native plant species.

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