Did you mayhaps mean gallic?
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“Sudanese species include the trees Acacia nilotica, Grewia tenax, Grewia villosa, Cordia sinensis, Tamarix gallica and several species of Ficus.”
“This reminds me of long ago when I accidentally came upon a stash of St. Rose of Lima candles scented with real damask rose rather than the fake stuff which makes me have migraines or the Rosa gallica which makes me sneeze forty-two times in a row.”
“The humid valleys and guelta banks have Sudanian riverine vegetation: Tamarix gallica, and some Ficus sycomorus, Acacia nilotica, Salvadora persica and Hyphaene thebaica.”
“Mal de Naples and Morbus Gallicus-una gallica being still the popular term in neo Latin lands-and the “French disease” in England.”
“The Saharomontane vegetation of the higher elevations supports the endemic Ficus teloukat, which grows on the south and southwestern slopes, Myrtus nivellei and Nerium oleander on the western slopes, and Tamarix ` gallica nilotica and Nerium oleander on the wetter northern slopes.”
“Now it was only the one dark pink rose, gallica regalis, that claimed him.”
“T. articulata and T. gallica are reported to grow well on moderately salty sites in Western Australia.”
“And here are rose gallica, the red rose which blooms so profusely, and moon flowers which climb up trellises and open only at night”
“SHARMA, R.C. and KIDWAI, A.R. (1965) Chemical examination of Tamarix gallica Linn.”
“Fig. 6, _Arthropitus gallica_, St. Etienne; transverse section, X200.”
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Inspired by reading Aurelia C. Scott, 2007, Otherwise Normal People: Inside the Thorny World of Competitive Rose Gardening. I also have a list for names of rose varieties.
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