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bog Sentence Examples

  • The Bog of Allen has a general elevation of 250 ft.

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  • Towards Charlemont there is much reclaimable bog resting on a limestone substratum.

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  • The red whortleberry or cowberry (Vaccinium Vitis idaea), the bog whortleberry (V.

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  • Bog ores were mined until about 1840; since that date they have had no market.

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  • But presently the traveller's horse sank in up to the girths, and he observed to the boy, "I thought you said that this bog had a hard bottom."

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  • Hydro-xerophytes (bog xerophytes) .Plants which live in ~t, peaty soils, and which possess aeration channels and xeroiilous leaves; e.g., Cladium Mariscus, Eriophorum angustifohium, if bus Chamaemorus, and Vaccinium Vitis-Idaea.

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  • Iron is widely diffused, principally in the form of magnetite, brown haematite, limonite and bog iron.

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  • The mineral had, however, been earlier known as a blue powdery substance, called "blue ironearth," met with in peat-bogs, in bog iron-ore, or with fossil bones and shells.

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  • Oxylophytes.These plants, sometimes spoken of as bog 1(

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  • The bog horsetail, E.

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  • Clane Bog, the eastern extremity, is within 17 m.

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  • bog xerophytes), or that the physical drought of summer is unfavourable to shade-loving plants.

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  • Grapes are grown on the mountain sides, cranberries on the bog lands near the coast, and nuts in the S.E.

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  • They do not form one continuous bog, the tract of the country to which the name is given being intersected by strips of dry cultivated land.

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  • Bog iron ore is an impure limonite, usually formed by the influence of micro-organisms, and containing silica, phosphoric acid and organic matter, sometimes with manganese.

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  • The criticisms were directed chiefly to the inclusion of sand dune plants among halophytes, to the exclusion of halophytes from xerophytes, to the inclusion of bog xerophytes among hydrophytes, to the inclusion of all conifers among xerophytes and of all deciduous trees among mesophytes, and to the group of mesophytes in general.

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  • Bog Xerophytes live in the peaty soil of fens and moors which are physically wet, but which are said to be physiologically dry.

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  • The tundra passes by imperceptible gradations into the moor, bog and heath of warmer climates.

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  • Bog iron was early found in Braintree, and iron-works, among the first in America, were established here in 1644.

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  • The eastern portion of the county is generally of a light friable soil; the southern portion rocky and barren, with but little bog except in the neighbourhood of Newtown-Hamilton.

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  • A moist or rather a shady border, or a section of the pleasure ground supplied with bog earth, may be devoted to what is called the " American Garden," which, as it includes.

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  • The popular name of a plant, also known as the sweet gale or gaul, sweet willow, bog or Dutch myrtle.

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  • Ynys, an island, or hill in the midst of a bog - Ynys Enlli (the Welsh name for Bardsey Islands), Ynyshir, Clynrynys.

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  • BOG OF ALLEN, the name given to a congeries of morasses in Kildare, King's County, Queen's County and Westmeath, Ireland.

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  • From the middle of the 17th century the smelting of this metal began to be of importance in Massachusetts Bay and vicinity, and by the close of the century there had been a large number of ironworks established in that colony, which, for a century after its settlement, was the chief seat of the iron manufacture in America, bog ores, taken from the bottom of the ponds, being chiefly used.

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  • Charles's "immersion in the Polish bog" (1702-1707), as Peter phrased it, enabled the tsar, not without considerable expense and trouble, to conquer Ingria and lay the foundations of St Petersburg.

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  • Rather the bogs of the plain are intersected by strips of low-lying firm ground, and the central plain consists of these bright green expanses alternating with the brown of the bogs, of which the best known and (with its offshoots) one of the most extensive is the Bog of rAllen in the eastern midlands.

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  • Facing the crags on the south-west are the spots familiar to readers of The Heart of Midlothian, where stood Jeanie Deans's cottage, and between the crags and Arthur's Seat lies Hunter's Bog, used as a shooting range.

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  • bog moss can be found.

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  • Schmidt xanthosiderite, from 1'avOos (yellow) and otSnpos (iron), contains Fe 2 0(OH) 4, or Fe 2 0 3.2H 2 O; whilst the bog ore known as limnite, from At vn (marsh) has the formula Fe(OH) 3, or Fe203.3H20.

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  • For many years such characterizations as "Wilderness City," "Capital of Miserable Huts," "City of Streets without Houses," "City of Magnificent Distances" and "A I1udhole almost Equal to the Great Serbonian Bog" were common.

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  • F One more table may be given showing the proportional areas under the various kinds of crops, grass, woods and plantations, fallow, bog, waste, &c., over a series of years.

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  • This is exemplified by adipocere, and also by Irish bog butter, which consist chiefly of free fatty acids.

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  • Two vegetable products, the " balsam bog " (Bolas glebaria) and the " tussock grass " (Dactylis caespitosa) have been objects of curiosity and interest ever since the first accounts of the islands were given.

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  • The name is probably derived from a Chippewa word, muskeg or muskeg, meaning "grassy bog," still used in that sense in north-western America.

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  • The site of the city being originally a peat bog, the foundations of the houses have to be secured by driving long piles (4-20 yds.) into the firm clay below, the palace on the Dam being supported on nearly 14,000 piles.

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  • Neither were the unfenced and unappropriated common lands - waste, bog, forest and mountain - which all clansmen were free to use promiscuously at will.

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  • The railway ultimately was made to float on the bog.

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  • As the former are only active in the air while the latter are anaerobic, the activity of either agent is conditioned by variation in the water level of the bog.

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  • The most fertile soil is found in the valleys of the Pregel and the Memel, but the southern slopes of the Baltic plateau and the district to the north of the Memel consist in great part of sterile moor, sand and bog.

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  • About 83 fathoms further west the Bog shaft is drained by the same adit " .

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  • White bog cotton and yellow bog asphodel add beauty throughout the summer.

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  • The bogs support unusual plants species such as the insectivorous sundews and pale butterwort, the showy bog asphodel and early marsh orchid.

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  • In July, bog asphodel carpets the ground in places.

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  • black oakubh is gaelic for black (dubh) dagger (sgian)as invaraibly the handle was carved from black bog oak.

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  • blanket bog is listed under Annex 1 of the EC Habitats Directive where ' active ' examples are a priority habitat.

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  • We then climb away from the coast to the Garron Plateau -- the largest area of intact blanket bog in Northern Ireland.

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  • They have also been chosen to augment Active raised bog examples in areas where lowland bog is or has been particularly frequent.

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  • The immediate effect of this is rather like stepping straight from a glorious, sunlit, flower-filled meadow into a treacherous bog.

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  • From New Scientist: THE world's largest frozen peat bog is melting.

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  • Recent peat stratigraphy shows evidence of a history of wooded bog on this site.

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  • bog asphodel and the distinctive cotton grass can be found here.

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  • bog myrtle On the left is a small patch of bog myrtle.

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  • Specialities of the reserve: Tussock sedge, bog pimpernel, bog pimpernel, bogbean, southern marsh orchid, reed bunting, snipe, grass snake.

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  • bog rosemary.

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  • Flushes on the acidic Barden and Blubberhouses moors are home to bog pimpernel and bog pondweed.

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  • Woodland established on cut-over bog is a major contribution to the limited woodland area.

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  • The heather brash is then applied onto the worst eroded areas of blanket bog.

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  • Across the road from the highest point of the mountain, a narrow footpath leads down into a small sphagnum moss bog.

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  • A valley bog is distinguished by having an identifiable water flow as, for example, at Pettypool SSSI.

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  • Other species found locally in the bogs include bog rosemary Andromeda polifolia and cloudberry Rubus chamaemorus, particularly on the higher ground.

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  • They have also started trial brewing at their own Old Bog Brewery.

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  • Uncommon species present include cranberry, bog sedge and white sedge.

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  • The extraction and use of bog and red spring ores reflects not only technological but also cultural practices.

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  • cutover bog was also examined.

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  • Marginal peat cutting has extended around most of the bog.

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  • Buried in a peat bog on the Pennines, his sleep was disturbed by peat diggers.

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  • The NNR covers an entire drainage basin and is unique in having a Y-shaped bog system which includes both acid and alkaline drainage systems.

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  • A large, relatively intact lowland raised bog forming a distinct peatland unit set among low drumlins.

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  • expanse of blanket bog.

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  • A small area of lagg fen lies around the edge of the bog.

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  • Garry Bog is a flat area of farmland, carr, raised bog and coniferous forestry which includes the large straight edged Garry Wood.

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  • freezesummit bog when frozen in winter can give an easy option.

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  • Local plants include common heather, bell heather, cross-leaved heath, bog asphodel, sundews and marsh gentian.

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  • The bog also provides habitats for upland birds, with the Greenland white-fronted goose being of particular note.

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  • Local guides will map a hike through bog moss and ling heather or outfit you for a day of angling for Scottish salmon.

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  • The bog area has wetland plants including hemp agrimony, purple loosestrife, bullrush and yellow flag.

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  • Landscape Key Characteristics Rolling drumlins with broad areas of wetland and bog in inter-drumlin hollows; small rounded loughs are fringed by moss.

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  • Nearby, between reeds and bog bean, was growing the marsh horsetail Equisetum palustre that can grow up to 60 cm tall.

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  • It is thought likely that adjacent works affect the hydrology of the bog.

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  • These old hand cuttings provide additional habitat diversity and are an integral part of the natural hydrology of the bog.

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  • The Bog Standard campaign aims to highlight the importance of access to decent hygiene facilities.

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  • intact blanket bog in Northern Ireland.

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  • intact lowland raised bog, with a well-developed dome, hummock and pool complex.

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  • lowland bog is or has been particularly frequent.

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  • mire habitats found in Lancashire, the other being lowland raised bog.

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  • miry bog, and set my feet upon a rock making my steps secure.

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  • moist soil, bog garden, pond margins.

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  • In the wettest reaches of Bodmin moor, sphagnum or bog moss can be found.

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  • His horse stumbled into a bog and began to sink into the dark oozing mud.

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  • Butterflies frequent an area of wetland which includes abundant bog myrtle.

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  • bog oak is the wood of ancient trees which have been preserved in peat.

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  • occupygnum bog with lawns, hollows and mounds is present across the central mire expanse, which occupies most of the site.

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  • oozes horse stumbled into a bog and began to sink into the dark oozing mud.

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  • Carpet of open moorland pasture and heather with extensive bog and areas of damp grassland on flatter land and lower slopes.

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  • peat bog, we have little evidence to go on.

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  • peat cutting has extended around most of the bog.

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  • Most of the reddish acid bog peat was removed, exposing older, black, base-rich fen peat underneath.

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  • Less common specialities of these boggy areas include bog pimpernel, bog asphodel, round-leaved sundew and pale butterwort.

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  • The bog contains many rare creatures and plants such as bog rosemary and water voles.

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  • Even blanket bog can reveal hidden delights, or give a splash of autumnal color when bog cotton and other sedges turn russet.

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  • The southern part is dry, with poor bog moss cover, short common heather, deer sedge, cross-leaved heath and Cladonia lichens.

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  • bog spavin is excessive fluid in the largest of the hock joints.

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  • sphagnum moss bog.

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  • The bog surface is permanently wet and supports a dense and diverse cover of sphagnum bog-mosses including the rare hummock forming moss Sphagnum imbricatum.

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  • spike rush, bog sedge, and the spectacular bogbean.

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  • By the streams are bog stitchwort and opposite-leaved golden saxifrage.

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  • Around bog pools there may sometimes be patches of 7150 Depressions on peat substrates of the Rhynchosporion.

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  • Plants such as heathers and bog asphodels can live in the bogs, aswell as the carnivorous plant sundew, which catches small insects.

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  • Bog asphodel and the round and long-leaved sundews appear.

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  • towel dispensers, meaning no one from our group used the bog roll they took!

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  • Conditions are locally acidic and this has encouraged the recent growth of a few tussocks of Bog Moss Sphagnum sp.

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  • Simulation of the annual water table dynamics of a floodplain wetland, Narborough Bog, UK.

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  • wetter areas hold interesting bog plants, with especially good displays of fruiting cotton grass in mid summer and abundant dragonflies.

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  • Bradley's characteristic protest (Ethical Studies, pp. 82, 83): " If we wished to cross an unknown bog, and two men came to us of whom the one said ` Some one must know the way over this bog, for there must be a way, and you see there is no one here beside us two, and therefore one of us two must be able to guide you.

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  • When he had joined the Freemasons he had experienced the feeling of one who confidently steps onto the smooth surface of a bog.

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  • Instead it will bog them down in a quagmire of scientific uncertainty and public questioning.

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  • The former bog sites are now in carr (wet woodland) or have been reclaimed for agriculture.

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  • Bog spavin is excessive fluid in the largest of the hock joints.

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  • The bog surface is permanently wet and supports a dense and diverse cover of Sphagnum bog-mosses including the rare hummock forming moss Sphagnum imbricatum.

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  • Shallow pools have yet another sundew, along with spike rush, bog sedge, and the spectacular bogbean.

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  • The wetter areas hold interesting bog plants, with especially good displays of fruiting cotton grass in mid summer and abundant dragonflies.

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  • However, since most consumers use webcams for video chats or recording video for the Internet, you'll find that webcams produce a find quality that doesn't bog down your dial-up or broadband.

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  • If you're using a heavy-duty fabric, your machine may bog down when handling the additional thickness, so test your proposed fabric first to see if it'll work.

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  • Certain foods will fill you up and bog you down, making you feel lethargic and unable to accomplish goals and simple daily activities.

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  • Dwarf tufted kinds requiring care on the bog or rock garden, those marked * thriving in moist open soil in turf or sphagnum in full sun: the others dryer spots and pebbly soil; calcareous soil to be preferred for vernea and its forms.

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  • It is very interesting for the bog garden or a bed of hardy Orchids.

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  • Bog Arum (Calla) - C. palustris is a small, hardy, trailing Arum, with white spathes.

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  • Butterwort (Pinguicula) - These interesting dwarf bog-plants are pretty in the bog garden or moist spots in the rock garden.

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  • This remarkable plant is found to grow in our climate if care be taken with it, and it would be difficult to name a more interesting plant for a sheltered bog garden.

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  • It is less trouble out of doors than under glass; indeed, it only requires a moderately wet bog in a light spongy soil of fibrous peat and chopped Sphagnum Moss.

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  • America. It succeeds in half-shady spots on the margin of the rock garden or bog, or in a select spot among choice shrubs in light, moist vegetable soil, covered with Cocoa fibre to keep the surface open.

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  • Cotton Grass (Eriophorum) - Sedge-like plants, whose heads of white cottony seeds make them interesting in the bog garden or in wet places in grass.

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  • Trollius Acaulis - A native of the Himalayan Mountains, and one of the most charming dwarf bog plants, 4 to 6 inches in height, its bright yellow flowers, 2 inches across, suffused with purple-brown on the outside.

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  • The plant may be grown on the margins of ponds and fountain-basins, or in the wettest part of the bog garden.

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  • Grass of Parnassus (Parnassia) - Pretty perennials for the bog garden.

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  • These hardy Parnassias thrive best in a moist peaty soil or a spongy bog.

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  • Both are pretty for the rock or bog garden.

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  • All of them are well suited for the bog garden, where, in a peaty soil, they have quite a tropical appearance.

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  • It is a good plant for the bog garden or for damp spots in the rock garden, in an open and fully-exposed position with the choicer bog plants, in fibrous peat well mixed with Sphagnum Moss, which is common in marshy places.

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  • A good plant for the bog garden, or for moist spots near a rivulet, in soft peat.

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  • It is not showy, but interesting for the bog garden, or may be naturalised in damp peaty soil.

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  • Meadow Beauty (Rhexia) - R. virginica is a beautiful dwarf bog plant with vivid, deep rosy flowers 6 or 8 inches high, in sandy swamps in New England and the Eastern States, and is found as far west as Illinois and Wisconsin.

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  • In summer it forms a dense carpet on moist soil, and should always be grown in the bog garden or moist ferneries.

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  • There are several kinds grown, their main use being as a surface growth to the artificial bog.

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  • The common H. vulgaris is rather too rank a grower, and dangerous to introduce among choice bog plants.

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  • They are charming plants for the bog garden.

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  • It thrives in the bog garden or moist spots in the rock garden in a peaty soil.

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  • At Glasnevin, where it was originally planted in a small bog, it spread up a bank on one side and established itself among the roots of ferns growing there; it appears to like rather drier conditions than C. plantaginea.

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  • Stud Flower (Helonias) - A distinct and handsome bog perennial, H. bullata being 12 to 16 inches high, with handsome purplish-rose flowers in an oval spike.

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  • It is suitable for the bog garden or for moist ground near a rivulet.

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  • Sundew (Drosera) - Most interesting little bog plants, of which all the hardy species but one are natives of Britain.

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  • In a bog on a very small scale it is not easy to secure the humid atmosphere they have at home, but they will grow wherever Sphagnum grows.

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  • The North American Thread-leaved Sundew (D. filiformis) is a beautiful bog plant, with very long slender leaves covered with glandular hairs, the flowers purple-rose color, half an inch wide, and opening only in the sunshine.

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  • Swamp Honeysuckle (Azalea) - Beautiful upland and bog shrubs from N.

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  • In a moist spot, such as a bog, it spreads by underground shoots and makes a large mass.

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  • Of easy culture in moist peat or leaf-soil, in the bog garden, or on the margins of beds of dwarf shrubs in peat.

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  • As water and bog may be associated with the rock garden, this plant may with advantage be grown at its margin in the water or on a bank of wet soil.

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  • Some backyard gardeners have even begun to create their own bog gardens.

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  • In some cases the bog is an extension of a pond or designed to create a pond-like atmosphere without the complications of a body of water.

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  • The best way to start your own bog garden is to develop a bed especially for cranberries.

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  • These bog farms are large beds or wetland areas that can easily be flooded manually.

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  • Green Day songs are meant to be fun, so don't let it bog you down if you can't play a certain chord or note; just play through it!

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  • You don't need fancy animations, or detailed environments to bog your gameplay down.

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  • Similar lyrics can bog down your search by popping up more popular songs with that lyric rather than the one you're looking for.

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  • Microsoft gadgets can make your computer life easier, but overdoing the gadgets will just bog down your mind as well as your computer.

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  • Bog >>

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  • They even had the proper paper towel dispensers, meaning no one from our group used the bog roll they took !

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