Flowering rush

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a European rushlike plant (Butomus umbellatus), with an umbel of rosy blossoms.
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See also: Flowering, Rush

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Long ago the wind had blown an alien seed from the swampy moat into the tub of the sick aloe, and hence every year there sprouted from among the yellowing aloe leaves the white and red umbels of the flowering rush or butomus umbellatus.
Mewn gwrthgyferbyniad i'r pelenllys gronynnog, planhigyn mawr hardd blodeuog fel mae ei enw'n awgrymu ydi'r frwynen flodeuog (Butomus umbellatus; Flowering rush) ac mae hwn eto wedi gwneud yn arbennig o dda eleni.
77 - EFFECTS OF NUTRIENTS ON INVASIVE FLOWERING RUSH (BUTOMUS UMBELLATUS) IN LAKE ERIE DIKED WETLANDS.
There are plenty of suitable plants, such as yellow iris (Iris pseudacorus), the flowering rush (Butomus umbellatus) and pontderia, a pickerel weed with cylindrical spikes of blue flowers.
There are plenty of suitable plants, such as yellow iris (Iris pseudacorus), the flowering rush (Butomus umbellatus) and pontderia, the pickerel weed, which has cylindrical spikes of blue flowers.
The studies were further performed on four common Romanian wetland plants: Cattail (Typha latifolia), Flowering-rush (Butomus umbellatus), Duckweed (Lemna minor), and Water-pepper (Polygonum hydropiper).
In 2013, the complete nucleotide sequence of mitochondrial for Butomus umbellatus was described and compared to the sequenced angiosperm mitochondrial genomes [61].
This increase was supported mainly by the following species: Butomus umbellatus, Polygonum amphibium, Rumex hydrolapathum, Alisma plantago-aquatica, Carex spp., Glyceria maxima, Sagittaria sagittifolia, and Equisetum fluviatile.
Se localizan en los bordes de las lagunas, charcas y zonas inundables no muy profundas Phragmites sp., Typha sp., Schoenoplectus sp., Butomus sp.
Gorgeous irises, kingcups - in full yellow flower now - and reeds and rushes galore including butomus, the flowering rush, which isn't actually a rush at all.
Plasmodial tapetum and pollen wall development in Butomus umbellatus (Butomaceae).
After filling Ice fridge, they cover its surface level with a type of sea sedge (reed) that is called "Butomus Umbellatus" and extracted besides the waters [17].