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Datura: Correspondences
Datura spp. POISON Folk Names: Devil's Apple, Ghost Flower, Jimsonweed, Love-Will, Mad Apple, Madherb, Manicon, Stinkweed, Sorcerer's Herb, Thornapple, Witches' Thimble, Gender: Feminine Planet: Saturn Element: Water Deity: Power: Hex-breaking, Sleep,...
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Garlic: Correspondences
Allium sativum Folk Names: Ajo, Poor Man's Treacle, Stinkweed Gender: Masculine Planet: Mars Element: Fire Deity: Hecate Power: Protection, Healing, Exorcism, Lust, Anti-Theft...
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He's the stinkweed at the Teach for America garden party
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Weed of the Week: stinkweed
Stinkweed's name sets it apart from most other happy-sounding weeds such as dandelion, lamb's quarters and buckwheat. It hasn't got a rebellious name such as wild oats or locoweed, but it can make itself known when eaten by cows. However, it's main sin ...
Master Gardeners: Weeds can communicate
Some weeds that can indicate alkaline soil are Roman (true) chamomile, black henbane, stink weed, nodding thistle, and wild carrot. Asparagus, broccoli, beets, lettuce, muskmelons, onions, and spinach are desirable plants that do well in alkaline soil.
America's two-party system leaves voters feeling left out
"He is a breath of fresh air in a field of stinkweed," she wrote back. "He says terrible things. Surprisingly, I (along with most Americans) don't even care.

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