10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SEA BINDWEED»
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The Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) of Korea: Protection, ...
Sea Bindweed (Calystegia soldanella) Features of Sea Bindweed habitat in DMZ
and CCZ area The Sea Bindweed is one of the plant species that was found
abundant in DMZ and CCZ. It was observed in the coastal sand dunes near the ...
The Gardeners Dictionary: Containing the Methods of ...
3. Convolvulus maritimus tro- stras rotundifolius. Mor. Hist. Common Sea
Bindweed, with round Leaves, or Soldanella Officin. 4. Convolvulus
marinuscatbar- ticus, folio refunds, store purpureo. Plum. American purging Sea
Bindweed, with a ...
The domestic encyclopaedia: or, A dictionary of facts, and ...
The soldanclla, or Sea Bindweed, grows on the sandy shores of the sea, but
cannot be long preserved in gardens; its purple flowers blow in July. See With.
240, and Engl. Bot. 314. — This species is also possessed of cathartic properties,
Anthony Florian Madinger Willich, 1802
Poisonous Plants: A Cultural and Social History
Sea bindweed has evolved a prostrate formto survive the sometimes harsh
conditions incoastal areas,with fewertrees, whereasboth hedge and field
bindweeds tendtobetaller, sprawlingplants more accustomedto seeking light in
the relatively ...
Brajjica marina (Soldanella) Sea Coleworts, Off. — Soldanella marina, Sea
Bindweed, Ger. — maritima minor ^ small Sea Soldanella, C. B. -— vulgaris five
maritima minor Soldanella , Sea Bindweed, Park. Rays Synop. i fj. The Root of ...
A Natural Arrangement of British Plants: According to Their ...
Sea bindweed. Sea withcwind. Sea-bells. Sea-cole. Sea foalfoot. Scottish
scurvygrass. Sandy sea-shores; perennial July. Root creeping ; stem short, few-
flowered ; leaves smooth ; peduncles upright ; flowers flesh-colour, plaits yellow ;
Samuel Frederick Gray, 1821
THE CHILDRENS FOUR SERIES. OLD ANDY'S MONEY
It is called Calystegia, or hooded bindweed, which is a division of the order,
because this plant, and the sea- bindweed, are remarkable for having two large
bracts (or floral leaves) growing opposite to each other, which completely cover
JOHNSTONE, HUNTER AND CO, 1870
Let's Get Natural with Herbs
... Pearl Gates, Purga, Scammony, Sea Bindweed (convolvulus soldanella),
Syrian Bindweed (convolvulus scammonia), Tuberous-Rooted Bindweed (
convolvulus batatas), Vona-Nox, Wild Morning Glory (convolvulus arvensis), and
... small bindweed, entwines the culms of corn, and produces leaves which are
shaped like an arrow ; C. septum, great bindweed, common in hedges ; its leaves
appear as if a piece had been cut off behind ; C. soldanella, sea bindweed, found
The Visitor: Or, Monthly Instructor
... entwines the culms of corn, and produces leaves which are shaped like an
arrow ; C. sepium, great bindweed, common in hedges ; its leaves appear as if a
piece had been cut off behind ; C. toldanella, sea bindweed, found on the sea-
3 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «SEA BINDWEED»
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RICHARD WILLIAMSON: Country walk: East Head and West …
This is also where the rare plant sea knotgrass (Polyganum maritima) grows. ... dunes with rarities such as sea holly, sea bindweed, sea sandwort, sea spurge. «Chichester Observer, Jun 15»
Ventry walk is steeped in history
In summer, we will find burnet and cinnabar moths in the dunes, banded snails, dune pansies and purple sea bindweed. In winter, Ringed plover, sanderlings ... «Irish Examiner, Jan 13»
Many strands to seaside walk
At the high water mark, among beautiful clusters of prickly sea holly and pink-striped trumpets of sea bindweed, rock samphire can be found. It is also edible, ... «Irish Times, Feb 11»