Centaurea cyanus


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Related to Centaurea cyanus: Coreopsis tinctoria, Saponaria vaccaria
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Noun1.Centaurea cyanus - an annual Eurasian plant cultivated in North America having showy heads of blue or purple or pink or white flowersCentaurea cyanus - an annual Eurasian plant cultivated in North America having showy heads of blue or purple or pink or white flowers
flower - a plant cultivated for its blooms or blossoms
Centaurea, genus Centaurea - knapweed; star thistle
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Bachelor buttons or cornflowers (Centaurea cyanus) will bloom profusely with deadheading.
Materials: Commercial seeds of medicinal plants, which are also grown as garden plants such as Centaurea cyanus L.
Containers lend themselves just as well to pollinatorfriendly plants such as Centaurea cyanus "Black Boy", Daucus carota and Cerinthe major "Purpurascens" and they'll look spectacular, too.
Containers lend themselves just as well to pollinatorfriendly plants such as Centaurea cyanus 'Black Boy', Daucus carota and Cerinthe major 'Purpurascens' and they'll look spectacular too.
It should be noted that corncockle (Agrostemma githago), cornflower (Centaurea cyanus), brome (Bromus secalinus/hordeaceus), corn gromwell (Lithospermum arvense) and ball-mustard (Neslia paniculata) are all considered winter-crop weeds (cf.
But if you are a follower of fashion then you must also grow bishop's flower, which looks like a more delicate form of cow parsley, and the black cornflower, Centaurea cyanus 'Black Ball'.
The presence of Salix caprea, Frangula alnus, Rubus idaeus, Trifolium repens, Centaurea cyanus, Arctium tomentosum, Carum carvi, and Fagopyrum esculentum pollen in those honey samples points to a wide diversity of melliferous plants within the area of the Gomerta Landscape Reserve.
Evans, Licswm am ei lythyr yn sn am benlas yr yd (Centaurea cyanus; cornflower) neu glas yr yd i roi enw arall arni.