Baptisia australis

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Noun1.Baptisia australis - wild indigo of the eastern United States having racemes of blue flowers
false indigo, wild indigo - any of several plants of the genus Baptisia
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In the north and west, the Gaels called it "Buidheag-Bhearaidh", which translates as "yellow broom bird".
Where the bank side's draped in elder, Silver birch and yellow broom. There's a grassy path that winds down to the car park and the chair.
A Gathering of Larks moves from the minute material of modern life back to the time of Francis, which Carroll captures in lush, precise lines: "lost / among salvia and wild fennel, ox-eye daisies, / sunchokes, milkwort, yellow broom." The fields where Francis "kissed illness / itself" and was changed forever.
Most poignant of all were his observations on the little yellow broom plant, the hardy "ginestra" of Giacomo Leopardi's exquisite lines, which Prof.
Besides convicts, we've also sent Australia some of our most invasive weeds such as brambles, hawthorn, willow, and the yellow broom infesting hills and roadsides in early spring.