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"Typha"



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  1. photo TABOATABOAArticle
    Typha domingensis Pers. Descrição : Planta da família das Thyphaceae. Também conhecida como bucha, capim-de-esteira, erva-de-esteira, espadana, landim, paina, paina-de-flecha, paineira-de-flechaRead more
  2. Ervas Daninhas na Cozinha (Em espanhol)Recipe
    ) Sonchus oleraceus / Cerraja (Serralha) Stellaria media / Capiquí Taraxacum officinale / Diente de león (Dente de Leão) Typha spp. / Totora (Taboa) Urtica dioica/urens / Ortiga (Urtiga)Read more
  3. photo 5 Winter Vegetable Recipes with New Tubers and Root Veggies5 Winter Vegetable Recipes with New Tubers and Root VeggiesArticle
    is a wetland plant that is also known as cattail or typha. The rhizome roots of the plant were originally used by the Celts and early Russian populations for culinary purposes, and can still be foraged in manyRead more
  4. As Incríveis Plantas Alimentícias Super Nutritivas do Brasil que Esquecemos de ComerNews
    . Seu chá é útil contra infecções urinárias. Suas flores também são comestíveis e usadas em risotos, saladas, sopas etc. 19. Taboa (Typha domingensis): os brotos e centro do caule podem ser usadosRead more

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Typha

Typha /ˈtaɪfə/ is a genus of about 30 species of monocotyledonous flowering plants in the family Typhaceae. The genus has a largely Northern Hemisphere distribution, but is essentially cosmopolitan, being found in a variety of wetland habitats.These plants have many common names. They may be known in British English as bulrush, or reedmace, in American English as cattail, catninetail, punks, or...More