- Any of various nonflowering plants of the genus Equisetum, having a jointed hollow stem and narrow, sometimes much reduced leaves. Also called equisetum.
- Field Horsetail and Related Species (Equisetaceae)
- patches or can lead to new infestations when root segments are transported.
- CONTROLLING HORSETAIL
- Horsetails thrive in warm, dank, oxygen-starved conditions. Cover with Bark Mulch.
- Weeds: Horsetail: Equisetum spp
- Description: Field horsetail (Equisetum arvense) grows from a perennial, creeping root system.
- The Ancient Horsetail
- The Ancient Horsetail. We often get phone calls and questions about a unique group of plants. Horsetails can be considered living fossils.
- Horse tails stolen from Phoenix property
- Horse tail thefts have also been reported in other states. The Arizona Horse Council said tail thefts are not common in Arizona but they do occur occasionally.
- Dolphin watch For the sake of somebody else
- They make toys out of natural flotsam like seaweed and jetsam like mangrove seedpods called horsetails. Dolphins toss the horsetails but wear the seaweed, wafting a strand between pectoral fin and fluke as if flaunting ribbons.
- Midland County Fair opens at noon today; Workers, youths busy getting ready on
- Brins, a Horsetails 4-H club member, said, “Showing is fun but it's stressful too.
- Equisetum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The name "horsetail", often used for the entire group, arose because the branched species somewhat resemble a horse's tail.
- Horsetail (Equisetum arvense) is an herbal remedy dating back to at least ancient Roman and Greek medicine.
- Horsetails (Equisetaceae)
- Horsetails are generally small "strange" looking plants.
- Introduction to the Sphenophyta
- Yesterday's trees, today's horsetails.
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