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Water- Terrestrial Starwort (Callitriche terrestris) Stellaria longifolia (Long-leaf Starwort): white Minnesota wildflowers Stellaria longifolia (Long-leaf Starwort): white Minnesota wildflowers

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Ague Root: Correspondences
Aletris farinosa Folk Names: Ague Grass, Bitter Grass, Black-Root, Crow Corn, Stargrass, Starwort, True Unicorn Root, Unicorn Root Powers: Protection...
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Aster: Correspondences
Callistephus chinensis Folk Names: China Aster, Michaelmas, Daisy, Starwort Gender: Feminine Planet: Venus Element: Water Powers: Love Deity: Venus...
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Chickweed: Correspondences
Stellaria media Folk Names: Adder's Mouth, Indian Chickweed, Passerina, Satin Flower, Star Chickweed, Starweed, Starwort, Stellaire, Stitchwort, Toungue Grass, Winterweed Gender: Feminine Planet: Moon Element: Water Deity: Power: Love, Fidelity...
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Maine Field Guide to Invasive Aquatic Plants and their common
habitat: Maine is home to two water starwort species: common water starwort ( Callitriche palustris) and large water starwort. (Callitriche heterophylla).
Conservation Assessment
Long-stalked Starwort (Stellaria longipes) Goldie. USDA Forest Service, Eastern Region. March 2002.
Information Sheet Callitriche spp. Water-Starworts
Starworts should not be confused with Crassula helmsii, stagnalis (Common Water-Starwort) and C.
Mountain Starwort (Stellaria borealis)
Sep 4, 2007 The mountain starwort is a small, slender, rather delicate perennial that is usually less than eighteen inches in height.
Response of Callitriche and Potamogeton to Cutting, Dredging and
disturbance tolerator), the results suggested that starwort was the more merged weeds, common water-starwort (Callitriche stagnalis. Scop.

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Speaking Of Foster Care In 'The Language Of Flowers'
She then tells Victoria she's giving her starwort, a flower that means welcome. The talk of flowers piques the young girl's interest, but she remains outwardly guarded. "They look like daisies to me," Victoria says.
Farming and rural news in brief
A recent visitor was a Star-wort moth usually only found in Yorkshire or Dorset. Free to RSPB members, £4 for non-members, £3 for U16s or £10 for families. Booking: 01407 762100.

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starwort - definition of starwort by the Free Online Dictionary
star·wort (stär wûrt , -wôrt ). n. Any of various plants having star-shaped flowers or flower heads, as the aster or the stitchwort.
Common Starwort - Stellaria media
Young leaves of common starwort are edible, raw or cooked as a potherb. They may be available all year round if the winter is not too severe.
Callitriche - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Starwort Seeds from Alchemy Works - Seeds for Magick Herbs and
A Moon herb, according to Culpeper, because of its cooling properties, especially as a tea.
Photographs of varying stages in the growth of this aquatic plant with its description and identifying characteristics.

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