Eryngium is a genus of flowering plants in the family Apiaceae. There are about 250 species; the genus has a cosmopolitan distribution, with the center of diversity in South America. Common names include amethyst sea holly; these are annual and perennial herbs with hairless and spiny leaves. The dome-shaped umbels of steely blue or white flowers have whorls of spiny basal bracts; some species are native to rocky and coastal areas. In the language of flowers, they represent admiration. Species are grown as ornamental plants in gardens. Numerous hybrids have been selected for garden use, of which E. × oliverianum and E. × tripartitum have gained the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit. Many species of Eryngium have been used as medicine. Eryngium campestre is used as a folk medicine in Turkey. In Iran Eryngium is used as herbal tea to lower blood sugar. Eryngium creticum is a herbal remedy for scorpion stings in Jordan. Eryngium elegans is used in Eryngium foetidum in Latin America and South-East Asia.

Native American peoples used many species for varied purposes. Cultures worldwide have used Eryngium extracts as anti-inflammatory agents. Eryngium yields an essential oil and contains many kinds of terpenoids, flavonoids and steroids; the roots have been used as sweetmeats. Young shoots and leaves are sometimes used as vegetables like asparagus. E. foetidum is used in parts of the Asia as a culinary herb. It is similar to coriander or cilantro, is sometimes mistaken for it, it may be called spiny culantro. Species include: ITIS: Eryngium

Gilleland House

The Boyd and Sallie Gilleland House is a historic residence in Dawsonville, Georgia. It is located at 3 Shepard's Lane on Georgia Highway 9, leading to Atlanta; the 1-1/2 story, wood-framed Craftsman style bungalow was built in 1929. According to its NRHP description, it is a “side-gable bungalow type with a projecting front-gable roof over the porch and a front-gable dormer.” The home contained. The home is on a road leading to Atlanta, the liquor produced was sold at speakeasies; the family owned a service station, hardware store and Amicalola Lodge, Boyd Gilleland was a Dawson County Tax Commissioner and a founder of Dawson County Bank. The house was added to the National Register of Historic Places on May 6, 2009 for its architectural and historical significance. National Register of Historic Places listings in Dawson County, Georgia Gilleland House National Register of Historic Places nomination form

Camila Cabello discography

Cuban-American singer Camila Cabello has released two studio albums, twenty-three singles, three promotional singles, sixteen music videos. Cabello began to establish herself as a solo artist with the release of several collaborations, including "Bad Things" with Machine Gun Kelly, which entered at number four on the US Billboard Hot 100. After leaving Fifth Harmony in December 2016, she released the solo single "Crying in the Club" to a modest performance. Refocusing her sound to Latin-influenced music, her eponymous debut studio album Camila debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200, supported by its lead single "Havana" featuring american rapper Young Thug, which reached number one in a number of countries including the UK and the US. In June 2019, Cabello and Canadian singer Shawn Mendes released their duet "Señorita", from the deluxe edition of Mendes' third studio album; the song reached number one in several markets like US and UK. On December 6, 2019, Cabello released her second album Romance, supported by its lead singles "Liar" and "Shameless".

List of artists who reached number one in the United States