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- Others worth growing are the colourful toadflax, Linaria maroccana Fairy Bouquet Mixed (from Chiltern Seeds), any form of Clarkia elegans, the gentian-blue Phacelia campanularia (from Sarah Raven) and Bupleurum rotundifolium.
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- Mike Siemon walks through invasive Dalmatian toadflax and diffuse knapweed on his property near Omak, Wash.] Enlarge Photo. Much of Okanogan County has been covered in a welcome layer of snow this winter, but the fires that burned here last summer ...
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- I arrive at Toadflax in Shadyside where I pick up several diptyque figuier candles.
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- Dave Lucas is a relentless, hands-on weed warrior. “We've got common mullen,” the refuge manager says, bending to yank out an invader. He identifies Dalmatian toadflax – another invader.
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- Dalmatian toadflax is considered to be a part of the figwort family. It is also known as “broadleaf toadflax,” “wild snapdragon,” and “smooth toadflax.” It grows best in full sun, on dry sites, with coarse textured, well-drained soils.
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