caulis


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caulis

(ˈkɔːlɪs)
n, pl -les (-liːz)
(Botany) rare the main stem of a plant
[C16: from Latin]
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Liming the soil helps but you'll probably find you have to grow your cabbages, caulis and sprouts in another area.
In TCM, it is used to reinforce qi, invigorate the function of the spleen and kidney, and anchor the mind (Radix et Rhizoma seu Caulis Acanthopanacis Senticosi (Ciwaujia) 2005).
The length of bush has also a positive correlation in probable level of 1% with caulis length (0.
Decorate it with a favourite design or a picture of what you are marking - then you'll never get your caulis mixed up with your courgettes.
It doesn't have to be all about cabbage and caulis - there's a treasure chest of exotic edibles capable of surviving and flourishing in the UK," said James.
The collection comprises four varieties: Brussels Sprout Crispus - an early to mid-season hybrid with dark green buttons standing on tall stems for weeks; Cabbage Kilaton - large, densely hearted ball-head with a lovely texture and flavour; Cabbage Kilazol - a smaller autumncropping ball-head, and Cauliflower Clapton - heavy and dense late summer and autumn caulis of superb quality.
In only its first season, the St Asaph Allotment Association (SAAA) found itself winning plaudits for the standard of its spuds, caulis and carrots.
XVI: "resecandae sunt putridae carnes: et scabiosa ouis a caulis repellenda, ne tota domus, massa corpus et pecora ardeat, corrunpatur, putrescat, intereant.
Suttons also offer an interesting range of baby vegetables, including carrot, onions, caulis and sweet corns, which look lovely and are sure to be great in a stir-fry and excellent for tempting the kids.
5% huperzine A, pueraria, epimedium, reishi, wild jujube seed, schisandra, salvia miltiorrhiza, lycii berry, fo ti caulis
Between the mystification And the deception Between the multiplication And the division Falls the Tower of London Many Nouns in is we find To the Masculine assigned Amnis, axis, caulis, collis, Clunis, crinis, fascis, follis.
Greengrocer and Kennet District councillor, Dick Breach left the crate of caulis outside the market marked up as special offers in order to attract shoppers.