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mimulus

(ˈmɪmjʊləs)
n
(Plants) See monkey flower
[New Latin, from Greek mimō ape (from the shape of the corolla)]
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Another good idea is to plant up a container with a selection of small shrubs and bedding plants - perhaps marigolds, Bidens Aurea, mimulus and golden helichrysum.
In Mimulus there is geographic structure of isozymes that correlates with morphological traits at large geographic scales, that is, the whole continent of America, but no significant structure at smaller geographic scales (Vickery 1990).
Chloroplast DNA and isozyme diversity in two Mimulus species (Scrophulariaceae) with contrasting mating systems.
The importance of flower coloration has been shown in two species of Mimulus (Gratioleae) with red flowers attractive to hummingbirds.
2 Mimulus (monkey flower) - This bright annual in oranges, yellows, reds and creams is easy to grow and produces lots of lush growth topped with striking flowers.
Byline: The Journal's environment editor, a man who knows his mimulus from his Michaelmas daisy.
Prominent are Mimulus alatus (the southern species of monkey flower; both purple and more uncommonly white-flowered forms), Lobelia cardinalis (red cardinal flower), and Vernonia fasciculata (ironweed).
The hybrid Mimulus such as Malibu, Calypso and Viva are guaranteed to put on a good show, even if they don't get full sun.
Remedies he often prescribes include mimulus - for fear of specific things - and aspen for feelings of vague, general fear for no known reason.
In Mimulus guttatus, the highest pollen viability was found at an intermediate relatedness between mates (Ritland and Ganders 1987).
Choose plants wisely - think about colour themes, drought (you need to avoid thirsty plants, such as mimulus and lobelias), and value for money.
in open wet areas), Laportea canadensis (in the moist areas), Lobelia siphilitica, Mimulus alatus, Phryma leptostachya, Pilea pumila (in damp areas), and Polymnia canadensis.