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garrya

(ˈɡærɪə)
n
(Plants) any ornamental catkin-bearing evergreen shrub of the North American genus Garrya: family Garryaceae
[C19: named after Nicholas Garry (1781–1856), an officer of the Hudson's Bay Company]
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GARRYA ELLIPTICA GARRYA is an easygoing evergreen shrub that is grown mainly for its fabulous display of flowers from December to February.
Garrya elliptica, also known as the silk tassel bush, is an evergreen shrub that performs best on a shady wall.
En el grupo G4_M se concentraron 28 parcelas, 14 del ADVC, 11 ANP y tres de ADUC; se reconocieron 42 especies, 15 (29.4%) caracteristicas de este, entre ellas Agonandra racemosa, Pistacia mexicana, Zanthoxylum mollissimun y Garrya laurifolia.
Fatsia flower heads could make pretty silvery baubles and you could gather fluffy material such as miscanthus flowers, old man's beard (clematis) or the lovely tassels of Garrya elliptica.
Fatsia flower heads could make pretty silvery baubles, and you could also gather fluffy material, such as miscanthus flowers, old man's beard (clematis) or the lovely tassels of Garrya elliptica.
sunny spot: officinale If you have a sunny wall to plant against, try Jasminum officinale, Garrya Eliptica, rose or wisteria.
Habitat, fenologia y distribucion geografica: Quercus hypoxantha crece en bosque de pino-encino, puede asociarse con Garrya sp.
Irwin & Barneby Senna occidentalis Frijolillo (L.) Link ** Garryaceae Garrya ovata Benth.
nana Graffenrieda rufescens -- 1 V Palicourea alpina -- 1 V Psychotria grandis -- 1 V Eugenia laeteviridis -- 1 V Garrya fadyena -- 1 III Weinmannia pinnata -- 1 III Clidemia umbellata -- 1 III Herbaceous layer [E.sub.1] Zeugites americana -- 1 V Arthrostylidium multispicatum -- 1 V Hedyosmum grisebachii -- 1 III Panicum glutinosum -- 1 III Peperomia maculosa -- 2 III Begonia cubensis -- 1 III Ferns [E.sub.3]- Cyathea parvula I 1 V [E.sub.3,2] Cyathea furfuracea I 1 IV [E.sub.2]- Alsophylla major -- 1 V L- Odontosoria aculeata -- 1 IV Ep- Hymenophyllum sp.
Larger shrubs that dominate chaparral scrublands of the southern Great Basin include live oak (Quercus turbinella) and silk tassel (Garrya flavescens).