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There isn't enough information to know how wood anemone might work.
Not enough is known about the safety of using dried wood anemone.
More evidence is needed to rate the effectiveness of wood anemone for these uses.
One of the most rewarding is the delightful wood anemone.
The wood anemones have pieces of root that look like sticks.
Blooming about the same time are the wood anemones.
Wood anemone is an herb that has been used in traditional Russian folk medicine.
At this time there is not enough scientific information to determine an appropriate range of doses for wood anemone.
Wood anemones are also abundant, moving into the fields from the adjacent woodland.
There are wood anemones and violets much in evidence in the spring.
Daffodils, white wood anemones and bluebells flower in the spring.
Wood anemones require generous amounts of humus in the soil and damp growing conditions.
In the spring, the meadows in the reserve are covered with blooming wood anemones.
The appropriate dose of wood anemone depends on several factors such as the user's age, health, and several other conditions.
Wood anemone is a common name for three closely related species of woodland anemone.
One of the wood anemones that is particularly appealing is the one with lavender-blue flowers.
These wood anemone relatives are perfect for naturalising in a mixed border or around the base of deciduous shrubs.
During spring, Wood Anemone, and Celandine are located in different parts of the forest.
The limestone pavement provides nutrients, supporting plants including dog's mercury, lily of the valley and wood anemone.
There were certainly forget-me-nots, violets, white wood anemones, huge numbers of dandelions and some buttercups.
The name "windflower" is used for the whole genus as well as the wood anemone A. nemorosa.
Less well known, but equally delightful for spring bloom is Anemone nemerosa, the wood anemone.
All around was the scent of woodland flowers, columbine, wood anemones, bryony, honeysuckle and dog rose.
Wildflowers such as bluebells and wood anemones carpet the woodland in spring, before the tree canopy shuts out the light.
As part of a 2002 marketing campaign, the plant conservation charity Plantlife chose the wood anemone as the county flower.
"I am Windflower, also female at this stage of my growth.
Of all the so-called little bulbs, perhaps the most unusual is windflower.
'We've got to give Windflower time to recover her strength.
The windflower loves the wind, But does that wanderer care?
Windflower dropped the twisted grate into the deeper water ahead.
But in a moment Windflower came down again.
She gave him her hand, light as a windflower in his, and as cold when he kissed it.
A rat charged, sensing that Windflower was the vulnerable target.
One of Windflower's leaves moved along his skin.
The property later became a subdivision, named Windflower bay.
Windflower set the bottom dial and moved clear.
Yet there was an alien delicacy in Windflower's touch that had a strange appeal.
Heem moved to Windflower, wanting to help but unable.
Heem set it in the direction Windflower had indicated.
Sickh was near, and Windflower was motoring through the lake.
"The dangerous one is Windflower; she's the specialist in Ancients.
Windflower tried the ramp, and got nowhere.
He may even be a decent sort, like Windflower, but he's not here to be decent.
He owned a book publishing company, Windflower.
A particular favorite windflower is the bulbous Anemone blanda, which appears in early spring.
"But there are holes in the grates Windflower removed, where her drill lodged.
But at last they came up beside the Squam, and Windflower's stem slid into the light.
Then Windflower moved laboriously in the interspecies language.
He was still bothered by his inability to fathom the rationale of Windflower's guess, which had surely been an educated one.
This tract, annexed on September 29, 1977, was developed as Windflower, a residential housing project.
Note that several other plant species are known as Thimbleweed.
Every spring, in the beginning of May, the white thimbleweed spreads out like a blanket across the island.
Anemone cylindrica is one of several plants known as thimbleweed.
Yellow thimbleweed is recognized by its small single yellow flowers.
The fruit of the yellow thimbleweed is dispersed by wind and has a style that aids in flight.
Wildflowers in the area include chicory, spring beauty, Dutchman's breeches, daisy fleabane and thimbleweed.
Anemone richardsonii, commonly known as Yellow thimbleweed, is named after a Scottish naturalist, Sir John Richardson (1787-1865) who found it on Franklin's expedition to the Arctic.
Common names include cutleaf, cutleaf coneflower, goldenglow, green-headed coneflower, tall coneflower and thimbleweed (note that several other plant species are also known as thimbleweed).
Jomfruland is famous for it abundance of European thimbleweed, a feature which made it a location for the 1995 Norwegian movie production of Sigrid Undset's Kristin Lavransdatter.
Yellow thimbleweed can be found throughout most of Canada, including the Northwest Territories, Yukon, northern Quebec, Labrador, the Nunavut Islands, Melville Island, and Victoria Island Canada, as well as in west Greenland and Alaska (U.S.A.).
In the spring, the island is overrun with Hepatica nobilis and Anemone nemorosa.
It is commonly called Wood Anemone, like Anemone nemorosa, a closely related European species.
Cultivars Many cultivars have been selected for garden use, such as Anemone nemorosa 'Allenii' which has large blue flowers.
'Anemone nemorosa' is an early-spring flowering plant in the genus 'Anemone' in the family Ranunculaceae.
In the woodlands can also be found wood anemone Anemone nemorosa and common wood sorrel Oxalis acetosella.
Raunkiær, C. (1926) Nitratindholdet hos Anemone nemorosa paa forskellige Standpladser.
Anémone des Bois, Anemone nemorosa, Crowfoot, Smell Fox, Wind Flower.
Wood Anemone (Anemone nemorosa) and Common Bluebell (Hyacinthoides non-scripta) are both locally abundant.
The ground flora includes a number of species normally found only in ancient woodland such as Woodruff (Galium odoratum) and Wood Anemone (Anemone nemorosa).
A. It sounds as though the anemone relative was a close one indeed, almost surely the double Anemone nemorosa Vestal, which has a cluster of tiny upright petals at the center.
The Common is noted for its wild flowers, with thriving communities of Yellow Archangel Galeobdolon luteum, Wood Spurge Euphorbia amygdaloides and Wood Anemone Anemone nemorosa.