Also known as the Cape Snow Bush, Eriocephalus africanus is a wild, bushy evergreen shrub although called by the common name "African rosemary" is not related to the common Mediterranean rosemary. In South Africa, E. africanus is a fragrant and medicinal plant having a wide distribution in the Western and Eastern Cape, and in Namaqualand. E. africanus has silver foliage, with brown and pale yellow inflorescences in corymbs. Essential oil derived from E. africanus is used as an ingredient in medicinal and perfume products.
Snow: Bush plan will give short-term boost; $1.3 trillion: Treasury secretary pushing the president's hefty tax-cut program
Feb 14, 2003; WASHINGTON (AP) - New Treasury Secretary John Snow said Thursday that President Bush's proposal for $1.3 trillion worth of tax...