The seeds of bristly sarsaparilla , currant, and soapberry lie dormant in the soil and germinate only after being burned; ecologists call the process ‘seed banking.’
You don't think that she's just selling sarsaparilla in that bar of hers, do ya?
Go drown your sorrows at the local soda fountain in a tall, possibly dirty glass of sarsaparilla with the rest of the milquetoasts.
To show how long ago it's been, Larry: in the shack in the evening around a sarsaparilla or two, we used to talk about how very soon that there would be live coverage of war.
China-root came from an Asian plant related to sarsaparilla .
Herbs such as iris versicolor, mullein, red root bark, burdock, echinacea, cleavers, red clover, ginger, yellow dock, sarsaparilla , elder flower and yarrow are good lymph movers and detoxifiers.
With barely time for the sarsaparilla he jokingly promised himself on the flight back to London last Friday, he is mapping out where the mobile phone giant will go next.
The characters are relaxing, enjoying mead, grog, and various other old-timesy type drinks that no one actually drinks anymore like sarsaparilla , sherry, or wine coolers.
And he had a reputation of being a bit of a dandy in college, because, you know, he'd have a glass of sarsaparilla .
Among the wildflowers are a red columbine, aster, figwort, wild sarsaparilla , fleabane, and avens.