Bullwort

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Bull´wort`


n.1.(Bot.) See Bishop's-weed.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Ammi majus es una especie vegetal de la familia de las Apiaceas, tambien llamada falsa biznaga, apio cimarron, berro cimarron y cicuta negra, capaz de causar fotosensibilizacion primaria en animales de produccion.
You could sow the following outdoors now for later summer flowering: Cosmos, which produces tonnes of flowers in gorgeous shades of pinks and white, nigella (love-in-a-mist) with lovely blue flowers, Ammi majus with its lacy blooms and Larkspur can all be planted now straight into the ground.
Papaver 'Raspberry Ripple Collection' is a mix of shades of white and pink - Ammi Majus Graceland, Cosmos Razzmatazz, Cosmos Cosmonaut and Cleome Sparkler, while 'Lime Sapphire Spectacular Collection' is a sophisticated combination of Sweet Pea Cream Eggs, Cerinthe Blue Kiwi, Eryngium Alpine Sea Holly and Nicotiana Lime Green.
Mix big bunches like hydrangeas and voluminous David Austin roses with tall stemmed Delphinium and delicate Ammi Majus. "A hint of baby blue eucalyptus lends informality and movement."
Or you can direct sow Bishop's weed, Ammi majus, into the ground now and have lovely lacey white flowers later in the summer.
A dreamy effect can be created by Ammi majus, an easy annual that can be sown direct or started in module trays then planted out individually.
A number of studies report the use of cytokinins for in vitro flowering in species like Murraya paniculata [24], Fortunella hindsii [25], Gentiana triflora [26], Pharbitis nil [27] and Ammi majus [28].
One of my favourites is White Dill (Ammi majus), so-called for the airy blossoms that the herb makes.
Johns' Wort (Hypericum perforatum), buckwheat (Fagopyrum sagittatum), spring parsley (Cymopterus watsonii), Bishopsweed (Ammi majus), darnel or cockle (Lolium temulentum) contaminated by Cladosporium herbarum or other fungal-contaminated plants.
"I grow Ammi majus and Ammi visnaga, two white-flowered relatives that look like wild Queen Anne's lace," Byczynski says.