- A woodland herb of subtle charm
- In winter Sanicula europaea stands out against the burnt orange of the leaf litter and years of personal observation show it does not die back here.
- Feds propose listing 49 species from Hawaiian Islands as endangered
- Sanicula sandwicensis (no common name): This perennial herb in the parsley family is historically known from the islands of Maui and Hawaii.
- Snakeroot Plants Now Bloom in the Forest
- Due to its umbel arrangement of flowers, the Black Snakeroot (Sanicula canadensis) is placed in the Parsley Family (Umbelliferae) along with other plants with umbrellalike clusters of flowers. In Latin “sanare” means “to heal.
- Over 20 Hawaiian plants could be headed for endangered list
- Eighteen Hawaiian flowering plants and four Hawaiian ferns endemic to one or more islands have been listed as new candidate species for addition to the U.S.
- It's spring! Admire the hound's tongue, and the rest
- Welcome spring! It's that exciting moment of the year when you can do crazy things like balance a raw egg on its end. But the vernal equinox is so much more than a physics trick.
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