Lobularia


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Noun1.Lobularia - sweet alyssum
dilleniid dicot genus - genus of more or less advanced dicotyledonous trees and shrubs and herbs
Brassicaceae, Cruciferae, family Brassicaceae, family Cruciferae, mustard family - a large family of plants with four-petaled flowers; includes mustards, cabbages, broccoli, turnips, cresses, and their many relatives
Lobularia maritima, sweet alison, sweet alyssum - perennial European plant having clusters of small fragrant usually white flowers; widely grown in gardens
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Such flowers as salvia (3 species), cataractus (3 species), koleus (3 species), tagetis (10 species), dalia (3 species), petunia, lobularia (3 species), astra , verbena (2 species), cineraria, cesium, and an ageratum will be planted in Bishkek.
Species Edges Fagopyrum Lobularia esculentum maritma Stage of crop Stages of crop V R H V R H Abaris basistriata -- 6 2 -- 6 4 Calossoma granulatum 1 2 -- 2 13 11 Galerita brasiliensis -- 10 3 -- 11 2 Odontocheila nodicornis -- 1 -- -- 2 -- Scarites sp.
II Other species: Reichardia picroides + in 3; Sonchus asper +, Parietaria judaica 1 in 4; Pancratium illyricum + in 5; Matthiola incana + in 6; Fumaria capreolata + in 7; Allium commutatum + in 8; Lobularia maritima 2 in 11; Vulpia sp.
Effectiveness of ants as pollinators of Lobularia maritima: effects on main sequential fitness components of the host plant.
Phenotypic selection and response to selection in Lobularia maritima: importance of direct and correlational components of natural selection.
Other exotic spontaneous plants like Gazania linearis, Lagurus ovatus, Lobularia maritima, Festuca arundinacea are either associated with or have escaped from gardens.
After greenhouse and field experiments they determined that Lobularia maritima (L.
Trim back spreading and trailing plants such as lobularia (sweet alyssum), alyssum and aubrieta after flowering, promoting fresh growth.