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French broom: Stems typically leafy, often strongly 8-10-ridged, round in cross-section, +/- densely covered with silky silvery hairs. Leaves compound with 3 leaflets. Leaflets oblong to obovate, variable in size, mostly 10-20 mm long. Leaflet surfaces sparse to densely covered with flattened short silvery hairs. Stipules +/- awl-shaped, to 3 mm long, hairy, deciduous.

Jump up ^ Lavin, M; Herendeen, PS; Wojciechowski, MF (2005). Evolutionary rates analysis of Leguminosae implicates a rapid diversification of lineages during the tertiary. Syst Biol. 54 (4): 575–94. doi:10.1080/10635150590947131. PMID 16085576.

As for the double-sided tape, if you do use it and need to take it down, a few drops of acetone (nail polish remover) can be behind the shadow boxes and it will loosen the adhesive.  (This should ONLY be used on surfaces like bricks that won’t be stained by the acetone.  Never use it on painted surfaces.)  Then, to remove the residue that Christine mentioned, Goof-Off or similar solvents works well.  Don’t use paper towels to clean off the residue. The paper tends to tear up on rough surfaces like bricks and leaves behind white junk on the bricks.  Instead, use a cloth rag and don’t rub hard.

Plaiting works best with an odd number of stalks. If there is an even number, simply find the thickest stalk and split it in half with a knife or thumb nail. The green cord is used to pull the end of the cord under the band to hide it.

From Middle English broom, from Old English brōm (“brushwood”), from Proto-Germanic *brēm- (“bramble”) (compare Saterland Frisian Brom, West Frisian brem, Dutch braam, German Low German Braam), from Proto-Indo-European *bʰrem-, from *bʰer- ‘edge’. Related to brim, brink.

Scotch broom: Typically inhabits mountainous regions and cool coastal areas with dry summers. Grows best on sandy, high phosphorus soils with an acidic to neutral pH. Rarely grows on limestone soils. Tolerates high levels of boron.

Spanish broom: Deciduous, summer to early spring. This species is considered somewhat less troublesome than the previous brooms. In its native range, stems and fibers are used to make baskets, mats, ropes, and paper. Flowers provide a yellow dye and an essential oil that is sometimes used in perfumery. Introduced from the Mediterranean region and Canary, Madeira, and Azores Islands.

On the east and west coasts of North America, common broom (Cytisus scoparius) was introduced as an ornamental plant (i.e.:California since the 1860s).[14] It is known in much of the pacific northwest as Scotch broom. It has become a naturalised invasive weed, and due to its aggressive seed dispersal broom removal has proved very difficult. Similarly, it is a major problem species in the cooler and wetter areas of southern Australia and New Zealand. Biological control for broom in New Zealand has been investigated since the mid-1980s. On the west coast of the United States, French broom (Genista monspessulana), Mediterranean broom (Genista linifolia) and Spanish broom (Spartium junceum) are also considered noxious invasives, as broom quickly crowds out native vegetation, and grow most prolifically in the least accessible areas.

Genisteae is a tribe of trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants in the subfamily Faboideae of the legume family Fabaceae. It includes a number of well-known plants including broom, lupine (lupin), gorse and laburnum.

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