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hedge hyssop

n.
Any of various plants of the widely distributed genus Gratiola, growing in damp places and having small yellow or whitish flowers.
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hedge hyssop

n
(Plants) any of several North American scrophulariaceous plants of the genus Gratiola, esp G. aurea, having small yellow or white flowers
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PLANTAGINACEAE (Plantain Family) Gratiola neglecla Torr.--CW, SW; SUCWL, WE/ OF; Infrequent but locally common; C = 4; BSUH 19757.
Raven, 1962 Plantaginaceae Gratiola pilosa Michaux 1803 N Lindernia grandiflora Nuttall, 1818 N Mecardonia acuminata (Walter) N Small, 1903 Polygalaceae Polygala lutea L., 1753 N Polygala leptocaulis Vellozo, 1829 N Polygonaceae Polygonum punctatum Elliott, 1817 N Urticaceae Boehmeria cylindrica (L.) Swartz, 1788 N The species authorities and the native classification (N = native to Florida) are cited in Wunderlin & Hansen (2008).
Dwayne Estes from Austin Peay State University named a plant he discovered after her, Quarterman's Hedge-hyssop (Gratiola quartermaniae, D.
Remedies: Aloe, Ambra, Androctonus, Aristolochia, Aurum Sulphuricum, Azadirachta, Baryta lodata, Baryta Sulphurica, Cereus Serpentinus, Cicuta, Coca, Coceinum, Comocladia, Curare, Cycloamen, Fumaria, Gratiola, Homarus, Hura, Hydrastus, Hydrocotyle, Indolum, Kola nut, Lac Defloratum, Laurocerasus, Ledum, Mandragora, Mephites, Ocimum sanctum, Rhus glabra, Secale, Sepia, Skatolum, Solanum Tuberosum Aegrotans, Spirea.
Los inventarios reunidos debieron localizarse tambien en situaciones topograficas de pie de ladera en posicion claramente edafohigrofila donde contactan con agua permanente y estagnante; esto se detecta por la presencia de especies tipicamente paludosas (Isolepis cernua, Cyperus eragrostis, Gratiola peruviana, etc.) y sobre todo por la presencia de las mirtaceas arboreas, Myrceugenia exsucca y Blepharocalyx cruckshanksii, caracteristicas de los bosques pantanosos tan abundantes en el sur chileno (los "hualves").
X Castilleja sessiliflora Pursh X Gratiola neglecta Torr.
Less common potential increasers with fire in this region include Aletris aurea, Aureolaria pectinata, Eryngium yuccifolium, Eurybia hemispherica, Gentiana villosa, Gratiola pilosa, Helianthus silphioides, Liatris squarrulosa, Matelea carolinensis, Phlox pilosa, Piptochaetium avenaceum, Polygala cruciata, Pogonia ophioglossoides, Sabatia campanulata, Silphium integrifolium and Xyris jupicai (Denley et al.