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n.1.(Bot.) The wych-elm.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Hamamelis japonica, Japanese witchhazel, 1862 (KN:41; TH1875).
of lemon balm, witchhazel, of rosemary with its bluest
the witchhazel bush, the alders, the swale, the mice, etc.; and within these, the tufts vs.
Bron nad yw'r enwau'r planhigion yn arallfydol eu hapeldyna i chi'r helfa ddewiniaid (witchhazel).
Commonly known as witchhazel, this highly fragrant shrub flowers from December to March is a true marathon performer.
We used linear models (lm, R Development Core Team, 2010) to assess variation in tail prominence (-PC1) by site, habitat (eastern hemlock or deciduous), Julian date of nest initiation, nest height, nest tree (eastern hemlock, American beech (Fagus grandifolia), American witchhazel (Hamamelis virginiana), or "other") and various combinations of these variables.
Here, in the Okanagan Highlands, numerous groups of animals and plants make their first appearances in the fossil record; for example, genera such as hazel (Corylus) and hornbeam (Carpinus) in the birch family (Betulaceae); the oldest known service-berry (Amelanchier), snow-wreath (Neviusia), and cherry (Prunus) in the rose family (Rosaceae); winter-hazel (Corylopsis) and witch-alder (Fothergilla) in the witchhazel family (Hamamelidaceae); and beech (Fagus) in the beech family (Fagaceae) (e.g.
After preparing the ground the group planted more than 50 plants which were mainly shrubs, such as silver birch, dogwood, witchhazel and honeysuckle.
Several deciduous shrubs to investigate are Chimonanthus praecox, Allegheny viburnum, hedge maple, common witchhazel and arrowwood viburnum,.
As with contact lens re-wetting drops, other moisturiser ingredients can include plant and flower petal extracts (witchhazel, eyebright, blueberry), amino acids, vitamins A, B (dexpanthenol, pantothenic acid) or E, but for which no medicinal claims can be made.
Hamamelis virginiana L.: American witchhazel. Infrequent on steep wooded slopes and ravine edges; 328; 147; C = 5.
Use gentle skincare products, a cleansing milk is better than soap, and rosewater or witchhazel to close the pores.