Baptisia


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baptisia

(bæpˈtɪʒɪə; bæpˈtɪzjə)
n
(Plants) a genus of wild flower native to North America
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Noun1.Baptisia - genus of North American plants with showy flowers and an inflated pod
rosid dicot genus - a genus of dicotyledonous plants
Papilionoideae, subfamily Papilionoideae - alternative name used in some classification systems for the family Papilionaceae
false indigo, wild indigo - any of several plants of the genus Baptisia
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Baptisia -- or false indigo -- a native perennial that functions more as a small shrub, is coming into flower now, before you are quite ready for it.
Steer+Sheep ploLs were grazed by steers from mid-April to midjuly and grazed by sheep from early August to early October Scientific name Common name Nectar source Acalypha virginica Virginia copperleaf y Achillea millefolium Western yarrow y Ambrosia artemisiifolia Common ragweed Ambrosia bidentata Lanceleaf ragweed Ambrosia psilostachya Western ragweed Ambrosia trifida Giant ragweed Amphiachyris Annual broomweed dracunculoides Antennaria neglrcla Field pussytoes Apocynum cannabinum Hemp dogbane Asclepias verticillata Whorled milkweed s Asclepias viridis Green antelopehorn s Baptisia australis Blue wildindigo y Baptisia bracteata var.
PLANT OF THE WEEK BAPTISIA PINK LEMONADE WILL you grow something completely new in 2018?
Baptisia, a hardy perennial, was once grown for the dye extracted from its striking blue flowers as a substitute for the more expensive Indigofera.
ericoides White false indigo Baptisia alba (L.) Vent.
* In studies, an antimicrobial nasal solution of Baptisia tinctoria, grapefruit seed extract, oregano, and nano silver, in a pH balanced isotonic blend improved symptoms by 27%.
We acknowledge one baptisia for the forget-me-not of sins.
angustifolia, eupatorium and baptisia. All trials individually reported a lower incidence for recurrent infection in echinacea-treated versus placebo-treated groups but only two of these reached statistical significance.
Remedies: Abelmoschus, Acetic Acid, Aethusa, Ailanthus, Anantherum, Argemon, Asclepias, Tuberosa, Baptisia, Benzoic Acid, Bryonia, Carbo Vegetabilis, Carnegia gigantean, Chamomilla, Doryphora, Euphrasia, Gallic Acid, Gambogia, Helleborus, Hyoscyamus, Ipecac, Lycopus, Mancinella, Nux Moschata, Nux Vomica, Paris, Petroleum, Polystyrene, Podophyllum, Pyrogenium, Rheum, Rhus Tox, Sacchrum Album, Sulphuricum Acidum, Thyroidinum, Veratrum Veride, Viscum.
"I'm using rhubarb leaves, baptisia, foxglove and monkshood," Mrs.
Of the seven rare plant species previously reported from Bullock County, Baptisia megampa, Trillium reliquum, and Schwalbea americana, were re-documented in this study.