garland flower

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Noun1.garland flower - widely cultivated low evergreen shrub with dense clusters of fragrant pink to deep rose flowersgarland flower - widely cultivated low evergreen shrub with dense clusters of fragrant pink to deep rose flowers
daphne - any of several ornamental shrubs with shiny mostly evergreen leaves and clusters of small bell-shaped flowers
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The freshwater crab Trichodactylus pelropolitanus (Goeldi, 1886) (Decapoda, Trichodactylidae) associated with roots of Hedychium coronarium Koenig (Zingiberacea).
Improving the nutritive value, in vitro digestibility and aerobic stability of Hedychium gardnerianum silage through application of additives at ensiling time.
peishaensis, Cyclobalanopsis disciformis, Quercus bawanglingensis, Aglaia lawii, Toona ciliata, Cephaelis laui, Scutellaria hainanensis, Hedychium villoswn, Acanthephippium sylhetense, Bulbophyllum delitescens, Ceratostylis hainanensis, Cleisostoma simondii var.
54 Malva babosa Heliocarpus donell-smithii Rose 55 Mandarina Citrus reticulata Blanco 56 Mariposa Hedychium coronarium J.
2010) Morphology, distribution, and chromosome counts of two varieties of Hedychium villosum (Zingiberaceae).
Miranda, Cardoso, Batista, Rodrigues, & Figueiredo (2016) evaluated the antioxidant properties of essential oils of fresh leaves from Coniza bonariensis, Parthenium hysterophorus, Tithonia diversifolia, Ambrosia polystachya, Hedychium coronarium and Baccharis dracunculifolia, extracted by hydrodistillation.
Ho, "Antimicrobial, mosquito larvicidal and antioxidant properties of the leaf and rhizome of Hedychium coronarium," Journal of the Chinese Chemical Society, vol.
In Brazil, information on the occurrence of Myxomycetes in inflorescences is scarce and dispersed in the literature (Cavalcanti and Mobin, 2004; Ferreira and Cavalcanti, 2010; Hochgesand and Gottsberger, 1996; Silva and Cavalcanti, 2010), and only Maimoni-Rodella and Cavalcanti (2006) deal specifically with the subject, recording the occurrence of five species in living plants of Hedychium coronarium J.
Hedychium gardenerium has soft yellow flowers with deep red stamens and the wonderful Hedychium corelli has an amazingly elegant white flower.