whorled caraway


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Noun1.whorled caraway - a caraway with whorled leaves
caraway, Carum carvi - a Eurasian plant with small white flowers yielding caraway seed
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The exhibition focuses on four rare species - spreading bellflower, meadow thistle, whorled caraway, and an endemic whitebeam @ National Botanic Garden of Wales until February 29 LLANDEILO Gillian Still's exhibition of mixed media, porcelain and bronze sculpture @ Fountain Fine Art until March 9 MILFORD HAVEN Winter Show of work by gallery artists, including Tim Fudge, Jan Gregson, Steven Allan Griffiths, James G Miles, Jonathan Pitts, Clive Gould, Maggie Brown and Wendy Murphy @ Pure Art until tomorrow NANTGARW An exhibition of works by ceramics artist Lowri Davies @ Nantgarw Chinaworks Museum until March 10 NARBERTH Elizabeth Cramp was well known for her major role in the design of the 100-foot Tapestry of the Last French Invasion of Britain in Fishguard.
Of special interest here are the whorled caraway, Welsh broad-leaved marsh orchid and the small-flowered evening-primrose.
The exhibition focuses on four rare species - spreading bellflower, meadow thistle, whorled caraway, and an endemic whitebeam @ National Botanic Garden of Wales until February MILFORD HAVEN Winter Show of work by gallery artists, including Tim Fudge, Jan Gregson, Steven Allan Griffiths, James G Miles, Jonathan Pitts, Clive Gould, Maggie Brown and Wendy Murphy @ Pure Art until February 25 Work by recent art graduates in West Wales @ Waterfront Gallery until February 19 NANTGARW An exhibition of works by ceramics artist Lowri Davies @ Nantgarw Chinaworks Museum until March 10 NARBERTH Elizabeth Cramp, who passed away in 2011, was well known for her major role in the design of the 100-foot Tapestry of the Last French Invasion of Britain, in Fishguard, completed in 1997.