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Definition of Knawel

Knawel
Knawel Knaw"el, n. [Akin to G. knauelk, kn["a]uel,prop., a ball of thread, coil. Cf. Clew.] (Bot.) A low, spreading weed (Scleranthus annuus), common in sandy soil.

Meaning of Knawel from wikipedia

- Scleranthus, the knawels, are a genus of herbaceous plants in the carnation family. Scleranthus annuus L. (German-knotweed, knawel or annual knawel), native to...
- in the pink family known by the common names German knotweed and annual knawel. It is native to Europe, Asia, and North Africa, and it is known throughout...
- Scleranthus perennis, the perennial knawel, is a perennial herbaceous plant of the carnation family. It grows on sandy, dry, acidic soils. It can grow...
- living on the roots of various herbs—especially those of the perennial knawel—growing on the sandy soils of Central Europe and other parts of Eurasia...
- in Australia and New Zealand. Other common names include the knawel and two-flowered knawel. A common plant in gr****land, particularly at higher altitudes...
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- gorse (Ulex europaeus), heather (Calluna vulgaris) and the uncommon annual knawel (Scleranthus annuus). Two Red Data Book (RDB) plants occur on the plain...
- flora including two nationally rare plants, spanish catchfly and perennial knawel, the latter of which is protected under Section 13 of the Wildlife and Countryside...
- provides suitable conditions for seven rare plants, including perennial knawel, small alison, purple-stem cat's tail and sickle me****. There is access...
- occurs. Other locally notable plant species found here include Annual Knawel, Sand Spurrey, Subterranean Clover Trifolium subterraneus and Prickly Sedge...
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