Shasta

[ US /ˈʃæstə/ ]
NOUN
  1. a member of the Indian people of northern California and southern Oregon
  2. the Shastan language spoken by the Shasta
  3. a volcanic mountain peak in the Cascade Range in northern California (14,162 feet high)
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  • Lift and divide overcrowded clumps of perennials, including campanulas, daylilies, hostas, peonies, sedums, and Shasta daisies.
  • Lift and divide overcrowded clumps of perennials, including campanulas, daylilies, hostas, peonies, sedums, and Shasta daisies.
  • Through cross-breeding, hybridization and grafting, he introduced scores of new plant varieties, including: Shasta daisies; the "plumcot," a cross between the apricot and the plum; and spineless cacti. Catholic Online > Daily Readings
  • This Shasta daisy with its double blooms and many quilled petals, is truly unique and fun with its fluffy look.
  • Three long-blooming summer perennials - the shasta daisy, purple coneflower and yarrow - are reliable favorites that bring country charm to any setting.
  • Dearest—I am sitting up in my berth watching the majestic shaster Mount Shasta with the morning sun playing on the great snow fields on her sides and thinking of the last time we saw her together. Empire of Dreams
  • When new leaves appear, divide asters, bellflowers, chrysanthemums, daylilies, sedums, Shasta daisies, and yarrow.
  • Because of Shasta's location and 14,162-foot elevation, the precipitation is falling as snow, adding to the mass of the mountain's glaciers. Stop the presses (Jack Bog's Blog)
  • I love rudbeckias of all sizes, shastas similarly, colourful chrysanthemums and coreopsis, marguerites, ox-eyes, osteospermums; the list is almost endless.
  • Ever north, through a fat and flourishing rejuvenated land, stopping at the towns of Willows, Red Bluff and Redding, crossing the counties of Colusa, Glenn, Tehama, and Shasta, went the spruce wagon drawn by the dappled chestnuts with cream-colored manes and tails. CHAPTER XV
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