The tarweed, especially, was stubborn under even the most vigorous wielding of his sharpened hoe.
The tiny flames licked past them in the tarweed; they did not heed.
Lysander, tired of waiting, came striding through the tarweed, with his hoe on his shoulder.
An abundance of tarweed, restricted to the deposit area, might well be considered a vegetation association.
The fire had leaped the cleared path and was greedily eating in all directions through the short, pitchy growth of tarweed.
The brushed marks went not only through the carpet of pine needles, but through the tarweed, the snow brush, the manzañita.
Bears do not eat it, so the name Bear-clover is poor, and tarweed belongs to another plant.
He raked carefully his broad path among the pine needles, laying bare the brown earth; hoed and chopped in the tarweed and brush.
He looked down upon his clothes, stuccoed with tarweed burrs and wet mud.