Diervilla


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Noun1.Diervilla - small genus of low deciduous shrubs: bush honeysucklesDiervilla - small genus of low deciduous shrubs: bush honeysuckles
asterid dicot genus - genus of more or less advanced dicotyledonous herbs and some trees and shrubs
Caprifoliaceae, family Caprifoliaceae, honeysuckle family - shrubs and small trees and woody vines
Diervilla lonicera, bush honeysuckle - spreading bush of northeastern United States having small clusters of fragrant green and yellow flowers
Diervilla sessilifolia, bush honeysuckle - bush honeysuckle of southeastern United States having large crowded clusters of sulfur-yellow flowers
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* * White birch Betula papyrifera * * Leatherleaf Chamaedaphne calyculata * Alternate-leaved dogwood Cornus alternifolia * Red-osier dogwood Cornus stolonifera * * Beaked hazelnut Corylus cornuta * Northern bush honeysuckle Diervilla lonicera * Dwarf huckleberry Galussacia dumosa * Sheep laurel Kalmia angustifolia * * Bog laurel Kalmia polifolia * Larch Larix laricina * Labrador tea Ledum groenlandicum * * Northern honeysuckle Lonicera villosa * Sweet gale Myrica gale * Mountain holly Nemopanthus mucronata * * White spruce Picea glauca * * Black spruce Picea mariana * * Cherry Prunus spp.
Pollen collecting on the recipient line and grooming behavior could explain the dilution of foreign pollen and the reduced dispersion area previously reported on Erythronium (Thomson, 1986) and Diervilla (Thomson and Plowright, 1980).
There grew the beaked hazel, the only hazel which I saw on this journey, the Diervilla, rue seven feet high, which was very abundant on all the lake and river shores, and Cornus stolonifera, or red osier, whose bark, the Indian said, was good to smoke, and was called maquoxigill, "tobacco before white people came to this country, Indian tobacco."
Ten species with either a state or federal listing are known to occur in the NCCG: Scutellaria montana, Spiraea virginiana, Nestronia umbelula, Phemeranthus mengesii, Sabatia capitata, Diervilla sessilifolia var.
Lonicera, Diervilla, etc., occur in the Oligocene in Canada and Europe.
Among common shrubs, species preferred by moose include beaked hazel (Cornus cornuta), mountain maple (Acer spicatum), bush honeysuckle (Diervilla lonicera), and green or mountain alder (Aluns viridus subsp.
divaricatus, Athyrium felix-femina, Berberis thunbergii, Brachyelytrum erectum, Clintonia borealis, Corylus cornuta, Crataegus sp., Dennstaedtia punctilobula, Diervilla lonicera, Dryopteris carthusiana/intermedia, Gaultheria procumbens, Ilex verticillata, Lonicera canadensis, Lycopodium obscurum, Lysimachia quadrifolia, Maianthemum canadense, Medeola virginiana, Mitchella repens, Onoclea sensibilis, Osmunda Cinnamomea, 0.