GRASSES

Scott Mcphee hyphae at email.msn.com
Thu Jun 15 00:22:50 EST 2000


Is this a synonym of Leonotis leonurus Roger? It is what I know as Lion's
Tail, and is in the Lamiaceae.

Scott



Roger Whitehead wrote in message ...
>In article <7391-394768A8-2 at storefull-146.iap.bryant.webtv.net>, Lynn 1
>bird owned wrote:
>> I  am looing for a grass that is called lion's tail.
>
>The only plant I know of called that in the USA is Leonurus
>marrubiastrum (False Motherwort in the UK), which is a member of the
>Mint family (Lamiaceae), not a grass.
>
>Regards,
>
>Roger
>
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>Roger Whitehead,
>Oxted, Surrey, England
>







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