10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «GIPSYWORT»
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Compendium of Medicinal Plants
Gipsywort is native to Europe, including the British lsles, and grows in damp
places with nitrogen-rich soils, such as ditches, marshes and around buildings. lt
is common in England and Wales, less so in Scotland and lreland. lt is supposed
Flora Vectensis, ed. by sir W.J. Hooker and T.B. Salter
Gipsywort. Calyx tubular, 5-cleft. Corolla tubular, limb nearly equal, 4-cleft, upper
segments emarginate. Stamens distant, simple. Achenia truncate, their summits
sprinkled with glandular dots. 1. L. europarus, L. Common Gipsywort.
William Arnold Bromfield, sir William Jackson Hooker, 1856
Flora Vectensis: Being a Systematic Description of the ...
Kirkpatriclc, Esq. ** Stamens 2. II. Lycopus,* Linn. Gipsywort. Calyx tubular, 5-cleft
. Corolla tubular, limb nearly equal. 4-cleft, upper segments emarginate. Stamens
distant," simple. Aehenia truncate, their summits sprinkled with glandular dots.
William Arnold Bromfield, Sir William Jackson Hooker, Thomas Bell Salter, 1856
Herbal Harvest: Commercial Organic Production of Quality ...
Gipsywort Lycopus virginicus L LAMIACEAE Parts Used: Aerial Parts. Leaf Other
Names: Bugleweed. Gipsyweed. Water Horehound. Gipsywort is used for certain
thyroid and heart conditions. and as a sedative and antitussive. GROWING ...
Contributions Towards a Fauna and Flora of the County of Cork
Gipsywort. 527. L. europaus, L. Common Gipsywort. Ballyphehane bog; Palace
Marsh ; Blarney lake ; Great Island : By the Lee near Mountdesart. — rather rare.
Tribe II. Monardece. 246. Salvia, Linn. Sage. Clary. 528. S. verbenaca, L. English
The Random House book of herbs
Gipsywort Lycopus europaeus against venereal disease (hence its specific name
) and also effective in the treatment of asthma. This plant may also contain
poisonous alkaloids and should only be taken if prescribed by a medical
Roger Phillips, Nicky Foy, 1990
A Systematic Arrangement of British Plants
LY'COPUS. Gipsywort. Calyx tubular with five acute segments. Corolla tubular,
with four segments, the upper broader and notched. Stamens simple, longer than
the corolla, bent ; anthers small. Germen four-cleft ; style thread-shaped, as long
William Withering, William MacGillivray, 1835
Florigraphia britannica; or, Engravings and descriptions of ...
GENUS V. LYCO'PUS.f Gipsywort. Nat. Ord. LAbi\'t.€. Gen. Chaa. Calyx tubular,
permanent, divided into five narrow acute segments. Corolla tubular, nearly
equal, four cleft, the upper segment broadest, and notched. Stamens simple.
The Bible class magazine [ed. by C.H. Bateman].
I shall begin with the gipsywort (Lyeopus Europeans), sometimes called wolf s-
foot, from a fancied resemblance of the cut leaflets to a wolfs paw. "Der wolfuss,"
it is named in Germany; the English title is taken from the plant yielding a black
National Sunday school union, Christian Henry Bateman, 1873
Handbook of the Torquay Flora, etc
P. vI.—Ix. OED. LXIII. LABIATE. A. Sta/mans 2. LYCOPUS. GIPSYWORT. L.
Europeaus (common Gipsywort.) —-On banks of rivers, in ditches and marshes.
An upright, branching plant; stems about. 9Q COROLLIFLORB.
Robert STEWART (M.R.C.S.), 1860
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New hope for rare beetle re-introduced to Cambridgeshire nature …
The beetle eats tansy, a perennial herb, and will also feed on water mint and gipsywort, which are present in the area. Vicky Kindemba ... «ITV News, Sep 14»
River Crane - Cranford le Mote
There are several ditches supporting plants gipsywort and meadowsweet. In the woods are suckering elms, amongst other trees species and ... «Crosswhatfields?, Feb 13»