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Definition of the noun bugleweed

What does bugleweed mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: bugleweeds

  1. a mildly narcotic and astringent aromatic herb having small whitish flowers; eastern United States
  2. any of various low-growing annual or perennial evergreen herbs native to Eurasia; used for ground cover

Phrases with bugleweed

  1. Rough Bugleweed
  2. American Bugleweed
  3. Northern Bugleweed
  4. Virginia Bugleweed
  5. Oneflower Bugleweed
  6. Taperleaf Bugleweed

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Google previewMichigan Getting Started Garden Guide (2013)

Grow the Best Flowers, Shrubs, Trees, Vines & Groundcovers by Melinda Myers

Bugleweed is a quick-growing plant that will eventually crowd out the weeds. Remove weeds as they appear. Cut off or mow faded flowers to prevent reseeding and to keep the plants looking good. Lift and divide crowded plants. These fast ...

Google previewThe Spatula (1911)

by Irving P. Fox

Bugleweed is a native herb frequenting wet, shady places from Canada to Florida, Missouri and Nebraska. Description. — This perennial herb of the mint family ( Menthacex) has long, threadlike runners and a bluntly four-angled, smooth, ...

Google previewBulletin (1912)

by Plant Industry Bureau

Bugleweed is a native herb frequenting wet, shady places from Canada to Florida, Missouri, and Nebraska. Description. — This perennial herb of the mint family (Menthaeese) has long, threadlike runners and a bluntly 4-angled, smooth, ...

Google previewAmerican Medicinal Leaves and Herbs (1911)

by Alice Henkel

Bugleweed is a native herb frequenting wet, shady places from Canada to Florida, Missouri, and Nebraska. Description. — This perennial herb of the mint family (Menthacese) has long, threadlike runners and a bluntly 4-angled, smooth, ...

Google previewThe Complete Idiot's Guide to Herbal Remedies (1999)

by Frankie Avalon Wolfe

Sage Advice Bugleweed is an herb you can remember for nosebleeds because a "bugle" is a type of a horn. Some refer to the nose as a honker, a horn, or even a bugle! Nosy About Herbs Herbs that strengthen the blood capillaries include an ...

Google previewNatural Products (2003)

The Secondary Metabolites by James Ralph Hanson

Bugleweed is an Ajuga species and the Salvias are common decorative garden flowers Salvia, Scutellaria and Teucrium species. The orange and red pigments of the leaves of the decorative Coleus species (e.g. coleon B) and the active ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Common Wildflowers of Texas & the Southern Great Plains (2005)

by Joel Ellis Holloway, Amanda Neill

Lycopus americanus American Bugleweed SCIENTIFIC ...

Google previewThe Wellness Dictionary (2015)

by Patti Flora

chamomile flowers, plantain leaves, rose hips fruit, bugleweed aerial parts, marshmallow root concentrate IN-X—Echinacea aerial parts, black walnut hulls, althea root, goldenseal root and rhizome, plantain leaves, bugleweed aerial parts , ...

Google previewPharmacological Dictionary. A lexicon of pharmaceutical terminology, etc (1876)

by Robert Karl Beer

Bloodroot, Blue Flag, “Gentian, “Pills, Bone, Borate of Sodium Borax, Brandy, Brayera, Bromide of Ammonium, “ of Potassium, Bromine, Broom, Brown Mixture, Buchu, Bugleweed, Burdock, Wismuth |Burgundy Pitch, ganoxyd, Braunstein.

Google previewRodale's Ultimate Encyclopedia of Organic Gardening (2009)

The Indispensible Green Resource for Every Gardener by Fern Marshall Bradley, Barbara Ellis, Ellen Phillips

Ajuga, bugleweed. Perennial groundcovers. Description: Ajuga reptans, ajuga or common bugleweed, forms attractive dark green rosettes 2 to 3 inches wide, and spreads by runners 3 to 10 inches long. Cultivars may have bronze, pur— ple, ...

Google previewCollins Rhyming Dictionary (2014)

by Rosalind Fergusson

intercede, millipede, chicken feed, bottlefeed, cottonseed, waterweed, overfeed , underfeed, tumbleweed, Runnymede, bugleweed, supersede,* velocipede Who to himself is law, no law doth need, Offends no law, and is aking indeed.

Google previewA Comprehensive medical dictionary (1870)

Bugleweed. Tho herb of Ьус'ориш Yinjiu'icnn. Mor pliln. ( U.S. Ph.) A substance in the form of colorless crystals, which arc inflamniablo and wholly dissipated "by a red heat. Mor pbin Acolas. (U.S. Ph.) Acetate of Morphia.

Google previewA Comprehensive Medical Dictionary: containing the pronunciation, etymology, and signification of the terms made use of in Medicine and the kindred sciences. With an appendix, etc (1864)

Bugleweed. The herb 0f Lyc' opus Virgin'icua. Male Fern. See l'lllx Mas. Marsh Rosemary. See Stance. Oak Bark. See Quercns. Persimmon. See Diospyros. Pipsissewa. See Chlmapllila.

Google previewTaylor's Encyclopedia of Garden Plants (2003)

by Frances Tenenbaum

Pyramid Bugleweed, Upright Bugleweed. Compact 6- to 10- inch-tall species that forms 1V2- to 2-foot-wide mounds of dark green leaves. Plants produce stolons but are fairly restrained spreaders because the stolons appear only at the end of ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Medical Science (1893)

Containing a Full Explanation of the Various Subjects and Terms of Anatomy, Physiology, ... by Robley Dunglison

Bugleweed, Water bugle, Water horehound, Gypsyweed, Paul's betony. This indigenuos herb, nat. ord. Labiate, grows throughout the greater part of the United States. The whole herb is said to be slightly narcotic ; is given in infusion ( lycop., Jj; ...

Google previewNew International Encyclopedia (1914)

The common bugleweed (Ajuga reptans) is abundant in moist pastures and woods. Its flowers are generally blue, but varieties occur with white and purplish flowers, which are often introduced into flower borders. The alpine form is one of the ...

Google previewThe Century dictionary (1906)

bugleweed. the sun's rays, (b) In England, a light, one-horse, two- wheeled vehicle without a hood, (c) In the United States. a light, one-horse, four- wheeled vehicle with one seat, and either with or without a hood or top. — Cut-under buggy, a ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Dental Science, Biography, Bibliography and Medical Terminology (1849)

by Chapin A. HARRIS

Bugleweed; water hoarhound. LYCOREX'IA. Morbid appetite. LYE. A solution of alkaline salts. LYG' MUS. Singultus. The upLYMPH. Lympha. The fluid contained in the lymphatic vessels.

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Bugleweed Meaning

Video shows what bugleweed means. An aromatic herb with small white flowers, Lycopus virginicus, water horehound. Any of a group of herbs used for ground ...

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