TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «GROUND ELDER»
The term «ground elder» is used very little and occupies the 161.381
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «GROUND ELDER»
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Dream Plants For The Natural Garden
Russian vine (Fallopia baldschuanica) overgrowing a macleaya To avoid the
charge of writing a gardening book while wearing a pair of rose-tinted spectacles,
we must donate some space to ground elder (Aegopodium podagraria). Weeds ...
Henk Gerritsen, Piet Oudolf, 2000
Light in a Burning-glass: A Systematic Presentation of ...
18 It is a question of perspective whether the ground elder is bad or good. It is
bad for the gardener but good for itself (if the ground elder could make such
judgments) and, perhaps, even good for a landowner wanting to prevent erosion
The Gourmet Weed Cookery Book
Ground. Elder. With. Creamy. Sorrel. Sauce. Vegetables 700 g pumpkin 2 onions
2 cloves garlic 50 g ground elder 2 tablespoons olive oil 1/8 I vegetable stock
pepper. Sauce. 1 handful sorrel 1 50 g sour cream paprika pepper, herb salt ...
Lectins: Biomedical Perspectives
Only a few rhizome-specific lectins have been isolated to date, such as those
from stinging nettle (Urtica dioica) and ground elder (Aegopodium podagraria).
Rhizomes of the ornamental plant Clivia miniata also contain a lectin but the
lectin in ...
Arpad Pusztai, Susan Bardocz, 2005
Gardening in Pyjamas: Horticultural enlightenment for ...
Perennial weeds The worst and most common of these are without doubt ground
elder and bindweed, with that tiny aforementioned irritant oxalis not far behind.
Ground elder Ground elder is a cow-parsley relation with invasive but fairly ...
Ground Elder and Chickpea Salad 1 cup chickpeas Water to cover A good
handful of ground elder leaves, finely chopped % cup plain yogurt % tsp. ground
coriander % tsp. ground cumin Freshly ground pepper Fresh parsley for garnish ...
Omnifray RPG Expert Manual
Casting Magic onto Holy Ground Elder and unholy magic can be cast onto or
while upon holy ground without special difficulty because the elder or unholy
spirits or the extended spirit of the caster can do their work before the baneful
effects of ...
Weeds: How vagabond plants gatecrashed civilisation and ...
Ground-elder doesn't trouble the vegetables, and is absent from the lawn. But in
the herbaceous borders it permeates every inch of soil. The patches don't just
occupy the places between the cultivated flowers. They subvert them, insinuating
Britain's Plant Galls: A Photographic Guide
GROUND ELDER and GROUND-IVY Ground elder leaves and petioles
commonly bear small rounded or oval mounds, which are the galls of the
ascomycete fungus Protomyces macrosporus. Visible on both leaf surfaces, the
galls are pale ...
Field Guide to Wild Flowers of Britain and Europe
Distribution: Ground Elder can be found in shady, damp coppices, alluvial forests,
damp woodland and meadows as well as in gardens. Other: The plant has deep
underground shoots and carpets large areas. For this reason, it is hated and ...
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «GROUND ELDER»
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is used in the context of the following news items.
A welcome with a rose...
... weed that the Romans introduced as a vegetable which went on to become one of our most problematic of perennial weeds is Ground Elder, ... «Fenland Citizen, Jul 15»
Gardening is full of success and failure, says college lecturer …
I am at the moment tackling a border at home infested with ground elder, well at least it's not Japanese knotweed, remember the optimism? «Craven Herald, Jul 15»
It's lose-lose for the EU whichever way the eurozone jumps
Ground elder, for example, is invasive and non-native. So is the pheasant. But most of us seem to have accepted them. The Canada goose is ... «Telegraph.co.uk, Jun 15»
Like dandelions, nettles, docks and ground elder are speedy growers and readily respond to nutrient-rich gardens. And water is just as ... «Herald Scotland, Jun 15»
Jo Swann: Getting to know your weeds is vital
The leaves of many perennials such as ground elder, comfrey, nettles and docks make useful nitrogen-rich additions to the compost heap ... «Nottingham Post, Jun 15»
Border restoration work unveiled
"We did a lot of double digging to get rid of the ground elder, acanthus and bindweed. We picked through to get every bit of root, but it has paid ... «Horticulture Week, Jun 15»
Great British Food Festival was more international
In the small area we tasted ground elder, a plant torn out of flower beds and thought of as one of the biggest weed pests. Also tasty was ... «Ilkley Gazette, May 15»
Know your (flowering) onions
Another bucket is for couch, ground elder, ivy and brambles. Fill gaps in borders with bedding plants chosen for colour. Pant informally in ... «Western Morning News, May 15»
There really is delicious dessert — and Michelin star dinner — in …
... or common narrow-leaved plantain; trout with baby spinach, ground elder, sorrel and an herb liquor; stuffed lamb with potatoes, broad beans ... «National Post, May 15»
Alys Fowler: the best way to beat weeds
The beastly types are brambles (rooting stems), buttercups (runners or stolons – stems that creep along the ground), ground elder and ... «The Guardian, May 15»