The astragalus is a plant that grows in southern Spain.

It is a rootstock of the perennial plant, Astragalum clypeum, a type of ornamental plant that is commonly used for ornamentals.

The genus Astraguas comes from Latin for “flowering,” referring to the flowering stems of a plant.

The word “astragal” means “root” or “rootstock.”

In Greek, astraglare means “leaf.”

As a root stock, it can be used for decorative ornaments.

It also grows as a wild plant in the wild.

The astra, as the Latin word for “root,” comes from the Latin root root word for plant, astra.

It means “to root.”

The word is derived from the Greek word “as,” which is related to “root.”

The rootstock is often used as a decorative material.

The plants name, as a word, is derived by combining the Greek letters as, as, and a.

It was popular in the Middle Ages.

It has been the rootstock for art, music, architecture and decorative materials since ancient times.

The term “astra” is used to describe the stem of the plant.

As an ornamental, it is used in paintings and sculptures.

The name derives from the plant’s ability to produce a “wholly clear” flower in its leaves, which is the most visible aspect of its ornamental properties.

Astragalums leaves are red, while the flower is white, making them an attractive combination.