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Coltsfoot

Tussilago farfara Other Names Coughwort, Hallfoot, Horsehoof, Fieldhove, Donnhove, Pas d'âne, Filius ante patrem, Tun Hoof, Ass's foot, Bull's foot, Butterbur, Farfara, Foal's foot, Horse Foot, Winter heliotrope, Clayweed, Cleats, Farfara, Fieldhove, Foalswort, Hallfoot, Huki-Tanpopo, K'Uan Tung, Oksurukotu, Son-before-father, To Wu, Tusilago, British tobacco Coltsfoot is a plant in the Compositae ...
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Crocus

Crocus spp Other Names Spring blooming crocus, spring crocus, early crocus, snow crocus, See also saffron for autumn crocus, saffron crocus Crocus are members of the iris family native to Central and Eastern Europe, North Africa, the Middle East, Central Asia, and western China. Each stem bears one cup-shaped, six-petaled flower with three ...
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Thyme

Thymus spp. Thyme is a member of the mint family. It is generally a low growing perennial, winter hardy to zone five. Leaves are generally dark, gray-green in color and the labiate flowers are tiny and generally pink. Blooms in early to midsummer. There are many tiny oval-shaped leaves on each ...
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Tubilustrium

Tubilustrium was an ancient Roman festival in honor of the God Mars that took place on March 23rd and marked the beginning of the campaign season. War trumpets and weapons were cleaned and Priests of Mars called Salii went dancing through the streets ...
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Phlox

Phlox spp. General Information The phlox family (Polemoniaceae) contains hundreds of members, with 67 in the genus "phlox", only a few of them are actually referred to as phlox in common garden vernacular. Phlox has five fused petals, five sepals, five stamens and an ovary with three fused carpels and ...
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Flourite

Flourite is Calcium flouride. Cubic, octahedral and rhombododecahedral crystals, and masses found in China, Mexico, South Africa, and the United States. History and Folklore Fluorite is a relatively recent discovery and does not have a long line of use by priests and magi. Associations Chakra: Brow Astrological Sign: Capricorn, Pisces. Traditions It creates ...
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