A tropane alkaloid with a 2-methyl-4-phenylcyclobutane 1,2,3-tricarboxylic acid ester as the central structure was first isolated from the aerial sections of Schizanthus
grahamii more than 20 years ago and was named grahamine (Hartmann et al.
But it is more common in Solanaceae, with peaks in the keel flowers of Schizanthus
and in the buzz-pollinated, heterantherous flowers of Solanum sect.
amp; Comes Woodland tobacco Genus Nierembergia Nierembergia scoparia Sendtri Broom cupflower Tribe Salpiglossidae Genus Salpiglossis Salpiglossis sinuata Ruiz & Pav Painted tongue Genus Schizanthus Schizanthus
Sow flowering houseplants Grow your own winter-flowering pot plants by sowing cineraria, calceolaria and schizanthus
In zones 15-17, also plant frost-tender cineraria, nemesia, and schizanthus
, or sow seeds of baby blue eyes, forget-me-nots, sweet alyssum, sweet peas, and wildflowers.
I have also been sowing some annuals that we will grow indoors - such as Schizanthus
, known as poor man's orchids, will make colourful pot plants with ferny leaves to decorate the greenhouses in summer.
(poor man's orchid), which is a beauty and grows easily from seed sown now with heat.
Contains one packet each of Alyssum, Aster, Candytuft, Dwarf morning glory, Indian Pink, Livingstone Daisy, Lobelia, Pansy, Petunia, Phlox, Pot Marigold, and Schizanthus
SET B: The Patio Collection contains one packet each of the following: Alyssum, Aster, Candytuft, Dwarf Morning Glory, Indian Pink, Livingstone Daisy, Lobelia, Pansy, Petunia, Phlox, Pot Marigold and Schizanthus
Another stunner is the pink "Butterfly Flower", schizanthus
If you prefer to grow flowering pot plants for your indoor displays, then sow schizanthus
or Poor Man's Orchids and cinerarias.