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An aromatic plant which was formerly burnt by the Cheyenne for its cleansing properties and as an incense (Artemisia ludoviciana, family Compositae). A plant  ...

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white sage - US Department of Agriculture
Artemisia ludoviciana Nutt. Plant Symbol = ARLU. Contributed By: USDA NRCS National Plant Data.
Propagation protocol for production of Artemisia ludoviciana
Scientific Name: Artemisia ludoviciana Nutt. Common Name: white sagebrush; sagewort. Species Code: ARLU.
Deer Pea Vetch (Vicia ludoviciana Nutt.) Plant Guide - Natural
Plant Guide. DEER PEA VETCH. Vicia ludoviciana Nutt.
Artemisia ludoviciana - University of Washington
Plant Propagation Protocol for Artemisia ludoviciana Nutt. D. Giselle Koehn.
Cytotaxonomic Studies in the Artemisia Ludoviciana Polyploid
The Artemisia ludoviciana polyploid complex is a highly poly- morphic assembledge of eight taxa in the Pacific Northwest, with a chromosome base number of x ...

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Semesterbeginn in Gießen: Seit Gründung der "Ludoviciana" 1607 hat sich das
Und wer sich auf die Fährte der alten "Ludoviciana" begibt, der findet natürlich ganz bescheidene Anfänge und manche Überraschung. Dass die Wurzeln der Universitätsgeschichte am Marktplatz liegen, zum Beispiel. Genauer gesagt im 1450 erbauten ...
Drei Viertel der Gießener Studenten zogen in den Krieg
GIESSEN - (olz). Den „Waffen und der Wissenschaft verschrieben“. So könnte man das Motto der alten Gießener Universität „Ludoviciana“ auch in der Zeit des Ersten Weltkrieges wohl auf den Punkt bringen, wie Prof.
Ein Revolutionär aus Oberkleen
Weidig studierte Theologie an der Ludoviciana in Gießen. In dieser Zeit war er Mitglied der fränkischen Landsmannschaft. 1812 bekam er eine Anstellung als Konrektor an der Butzbacher Knabenschule.
28 native plants for your moonlight garden
Artemsi (Artemesia ludoviciana) – This plant is grown for its silver foliage because the leaves provide an excellent contrast in the evening to flowering plants and green foliage in borders and herb gardens.
How to grow: Hibiscus
Hibiscus is partnered effectively by other sun-loving plants - particularly those with silvery leaves. The wormwood family are especially valuable - in particular, Artemisia ludoviciana.

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Artemisia ludoviciana - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Artemisia ludoviciana is North American species in the daisy family, known by several common names, including silver wormwood, western mugwort, Louisiana  ...
Plants Profile for Artemisia ludoviciana (white sagebrush)
Prairie Moon Nursery :: Seeds :: Artemisia ludoviciana (Prairie Sage)
Spreading by rhizomes, Prairie Sage can form dense colonies that give a distinctive silver-green accent to large plantings on sunny sites with mesic to dry soil.
Artemisia ludoviciana 'Silver King' - Plant Finder
Culture. Best grown in poor to moderately fertile, dry to medium, well-drained soils in full sun. Excellent soil drainage is essential for growing this plant well.
Artemisia ludoviciana (Louisiana artemisia) | NPIN
Dec 7, 2012 Artemisia ludoviciana Nutt. Louisiana artemisia, Louisiana sage, White sage, Prairie sage, Silver sage, White sagebrush, Louisiana wormwood, ...

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