fiddleneck


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Related to fiddleneck: Amsinckia intermedia, Amsinckia
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Noun1.fiddleneck - hairy annual of California to Mexico with crowded cymes of small blue to lilac or mauve flowers
phacelia, scorpion weed, scorpionweed - any plant of the genus Phacelia
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Preconstruction surveys conducted pursuant to the protocol established in the SJMSCP for the following: *Large-flowered fiddleneck southwest of the 900 foot contour line in the Southwest Zone southwest of I-580; *Showy madia in the Southwest Zone; *Hospital canyon larkspur in the Southwest Zone; *Diamond-petaled poppy in the Southwest Zone; *Greene%s tuctoria in the Vernal Pool Zone; *Succulent owl%s clover in the Vernal Pool Zone; *Legenere in the Vernal Pool Zone; etc.
Plant propagation technology has developed rapidly for endangered plant species and with notable successes in preventing probable extinction, for example the large-flowered fiddleneck.
In spring, a hike up one of these oasis canyons can offer a rainbow display, as the usually drab walls of rock suddenly come alive with brown-eyed evening primrose, deep purple lupine, desert sunflowers, flaming ocotillo cactus, tall standing yucca, gently curving fiddleneck and vibrant golden yarrow.
North America Fiddleneck Amsinckia intermedia Pacific Coast Foxglove Digitalis purpurea Western United States Jimsonweed Datura stramonium North America Larkspur Delphinium spp.
Black Butte Fire Chief Ed Sherrell, his crew and five dozen firefighters from neighboring departments were on Fiddleneck Road with their equipment when the fire blew up on 30 mph winds about 2:30 p.
The landscapes are van Gogh: "In the coastal valleys sheets of color spread across the grass and climb the slopes, blue-purple lupin, poppies, goldfield, paintbrush, fiddleneck, white and yellow daisies.
Preparation/Use: Mash young fiddleneck directly on leg to relieve pain.
Conversely, fiddleneck (Amsinckia tessellata), Astragalus spp.
Among the crowds of spring wildflowers this route presents are zigadene, saxifrage, woodland star, paintbrush, sanicle, shooting star, fiddleneck, owl's clover, yarrow, delphiniums, ranunculus, Chinese houses, salvias, poppies, lupines, wild peas, blue-eyed grass, and wild cucumber vine.