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Noun1.Elaeagnus - oleaster
dicot genus, magnoliopsid genus - genus of flowering plants having two cotyledons (embryonic leaves) in the seed which usually appear at germination
Elaeagnaceae, family Elaeagnaceae, oleaster family - shrubs or small trees often armed
oleaster - any of several shrubs of the genus Elaeagnus having silver-white twigs and yellow flowers followed by olivelike fruits
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6###39Adeg48'57,91"N###Feces###A great part of the locality is covered by reeds along with willow and eleagnus
###Phleum, Triticum vulgare, Quercus, Ornithogalum, Luzula, Eleagnus angustifolia,
The foliage - which resembles outstretched hands - looks charming when cuddling up to bright-leaved evergreens like Euonymus Emerald Gaiety or Emerald 'n' Gold, Eleagnus Limelight and Choisya ternata.
Shrubs were generally sparse in this woodlot but included scattered populations of Xanthoxylum americanum Mill, and the invasive species Eleagnus umbellata and Lonicera maackii.
Eleagnus Pugens Maculata is an attractive evergreen shrub growing to 3m its leaves are marked with a large deep yellow splash, very fragrant white flowers open in late autumn, popular with flower arrangers, their constant snipping of stems keeps it to a manageable size.
Shrubs with cream or gold variegation can really help to bring light to gloomy areas - good performers are holly, Euonymus, Eleagnus and Aucuba.
The guest tables were adorned by hanging garden-type flowers with draping jasmine, eleagnus, and bamboo, with mounds of hydrangea, snapdragons, and Vendella roses.
En Asia se han reportado varios generos de plantas como hospedantes (Ulmus, Salix, Eleagnus, Caragana, Malus, Pyrus, Crategus, Prunus); aunque en los EUA solamente se ha encontrado en olmos, a pesar de la presencia de hospedantes potenciales en los otros generos.
The eleagnus to the left and behind that a glimmer of pink from the unfurling buds of the Japanese acer 'Osakasuki'.
X Eleagnus umbellata X X Fagus grandifolia X Fraxinus pennsylvanica X X Gleditsia triancanthos X Ilex decidua X X Juniperus canadensis X X Ligustrum vulgare X Liquidambar styraciflua X Lonicera japonica X X Nyssa sylvatica X X Ostrya virginiana X Finns taeda X X Prunus serotina X X Quercus alba X X Quercus coccinea X X Quercus falcata X Quercus imbricaria X Quercus marilandica X X Quercus rubra X X Quercus stellata X X Rhus alata X X Rosa multiflora X Rubus allegheniensis X X Rubussp.
We could detect the honeysuckle and sweet rocket and the tiny but potently perfumed flowers of Eleagnus 'Quicksilver' that were permeating the air.