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“We don't know who coined the word "meadowfoam" for plants in the genus Limnanthes, but it was a stroke of genius.”
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“Saying the act amounts to criminal fraud, state Department Fish and Game botanist Gene Cooley said his agency concluded that Sebastopol meadowfoam plants found on the Laguna Vista site were transplanted from somewhere else.”
“The monument also contains many rare and endemic plants, such as Greene's Mariposa lily, Gentner's fritillary, and Bellinger's meadowfoam.”
“In experiments, jojoba substitutes have been made from the oils of plants such as crambe, limnanthus (meadowfoam), lunaria, and rapeseed.”
“Betsy Body, a lotion made with shea butter, meadowfoam seed oil and pure essential oils lavender-lemon, does more than moisturize skin.”
“The ingredients list for MBeze's Body Oils is refreshingly simple: just a blend of natural oils (apricot kernel, grapeseed, sunflower, coconut, meadowfoam seed, and rose hip) plus vitamin E.”
“As she hiked the table top this week, Annee Ferranti, senior environmental scientist with the state, spotted an array of wildflowers - goldfields, fiddleneck, sidalcia, Chinese houses, meadowfoam and many others.”
“Come spring, the Table Rocks with their thin soils offer a wildflower show, from the white-colored meadowfoam to the light blue camas.”
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