Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
There isn't enough information to know how sneezewort might work.
More evidence is needed to rate the effectiveness of sneezewort for these uses.
Its common name is sneezewort, because the roots were once used as snuff.
Sneezewort spoke to his former companion without looking up.
At this time there is not enough scientific information to determine an appropriate range of doses for sneezewort.
There are some uncommon species, such as sneezewort and pignut.
Almost as they did, Sneezewort ducked inside, carrying a few twigs.
Sneezewort picked up a small log and brandished it angrily.
Lousewort staggered upright, and Sneezewort leaned on him for support.
Some people chew fresh sneezewort root for relief of toothache.
Like many other plants, the sneezewort's pattern of development displays the Fibonacci sequence.
Lousewort grabbed hold of Sneezewort and held him firmly.
Sneezewort shuddered as he added twigs to the flames.
Sneezewort breathed a sigh of relief: whatever it was, Louse-wort would be on the receiving end.
The Long Patrol :85 Sneezewort moved closer to the fire and shrugged.
The appropriate dose of sneezewort depends on several factors such as the user's age, health, and several other conditions.
The grassland has a wide range of wildflowers, such as sneezewort and harebell.
Lousewort and Sneezewort marched just ahead of him, being in the back five of the last contingent.
Sneezewort had a good fire going.
Sneezewort threw the log on the fire, sighing resignedly.
The big nasty weasel strode aggressively up and punched Sneezewort hard in the stomach.
Sneezewort sat on the hillslope enjoying the mid-morning sunshine.
Sneezewort's spearpoint menaced him, a fraction from his throat.
Sneezewort flicked his companion's ear with a grimy claw.
Sneezewort snorted as he picked the helmet off the flames between two sticks and set it down by the fireside.
This plant is similar to and often mistaken for Helenium autumnale, the common sneezeweed.
Common sneezeweed grows up to a meter tall.
Common sneezeweed is cultivated as a garden perennial.
Helenium autumnale, most commonly known as sneezeweed, can also be considered a sunflower.
Weeds have no humor (except the Aphthonia Sneezeweed, of course).
There are several plants referred to as sneezeweed:
Helenium bolanderi is a species of flowering plant in the daisy family known by the common name coastal sneezeweed.
Bigelow sneezeweed grows in moist areas such as meadows, marshes, or streamsides.
The daisylike plant Helenium bigelovii is known as Bigelow's sneezeweed.
The names Common Sneezeweed and Scent Weed, which were given by European settlers, are increasingly falling out of use.
Helenium autumnale (sneezeweed)
The name sneezeweed is attributed to an American Indian custom in which the dried flowers were used as a kind of snuff to relieve stuffy noses.
Common names include common sneezeweed and large-flowered sneezeweed.
Some of the best meadow plants include the field or oxeye daisy, Canada lily, black-eyed Susan, beebalm, sneezeweed and the purple coneflower.
The hydrology of the sinkholes varies seasonally and year to year, causing a similar fluctuation in the population and recruitment of the sneezeweed.
Some of our own native wildflowers had to go to Europe to be appreciated, including asters, monarda (bee balm), helenium (sneezeweed) and Joe Pye weed.
Achillea ptarmica, Achilée Boule de Neige, Hierba Estornutatoria, Ptármica, Sneezeweed.
Pinch aster, chrysanthemum, sneezeweed (Helenium autumnale) and Sedum Autumn Joy every couple of weeks until July to maintain bushiness and produce more flowers.
So they began the Crested Butte Wildflower Festival as a weekend of wildflower hikes led by experts who can tell a harebell from a fringed gentian and a sneezeweed from a little sunflower.
A number of these species (particularly Helenium autumnale) are commonly known as sneezeweed based on the former use of their dried leaves in making snuff, inhaled to cause sneezing that would supposedly rid the body of evil spirits.
Rural comedy was an integral part of the Jamboree with acts such as Crazy Elmer, Shorty Godwin, Dapper Dan Martin, Smokey Pleacher, Lazy Jim Day, and Cy Sneezeweed.
Plantago maritima (common names Sea Plantain, Seaside Plantain, Goose Tongue) is a species of Plantago, family Plantaginaceae.
The larvae feed on Achillea millefolium and Achillea ptarmica.
Achillea ptarmica (I)
The larvae feed on Trifolium, Taraxacum, Plantago, Rumex, Lotus corniculatus and Achillea species (including Achillea ptarmica).
The larvae feed on Achillea millefolium, Achillea ptarmica, Artemisia maritima, Artemisia vulgaris, Centaurea jacea, Chrysanthemum leucanthemum and Tanacetum vulgare.
Representative flowering plants that occur at Fowlsheugh are: Achillea millefolium, Achillea ptarmica, Carex spicata, Carlina vulgaris, Festuca arundinacea, Salix viminalis, Sambucus nigra, Helianthemum nummularium (common rock-rose) and viola.