Trollius


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trollius

(ˈtrɒlɪəs)
n
(Plants) See globeflower
[New Latin, from German Trollblume globeflower]
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Noun1.trollius - perennial herbs of north temperate regions: globeflowersTrollius - perennial herbs of north temperate regions: globeflowers
magnoliid dicot genus - genus of dicotyledonous flowering plants regarded as among the most primitive of extant angiosperms
globe flower, globeflower - any of several plants of the genus Trollius having globose yellow flowers
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PLANT OF THE WEEK TROLLIUS 'GOLDEN QUEEN' Trollius, or the globe flower, will provide a dazzling display of orange in late spring.
Next - Trollius, commonly called the Globe Flower, like a big buttercup, thrives on slightly moist soil, comes in a whole range of yellow/orange shades.
Contrast is good, too, say the brothers, suggesting combining purple plants with orange-hued achilleas, geum and trollius. Crocosmia also make good companions as their shades run from orange, to yellow, to red.
Combine purple plants with orange-hued achilleas, geum and trollius. Crocosmia also make good companions as their shades run from orange, to yellow, to red.
Zhu, "Effects of orientin and vitexin from Trollius chinensis on the growth and apoptosis of esophageal cancer EC-109 cells," Oncology Letters, vol.
Wang, "Antioxidant effects of the orientin and vitexin in Trollius chinensis Bunge in D-galactose-aged mice," Neural Regeneration Research, vol.
Additionally, (-)-trolline, the optical isomer of (+)-oleracein E (OE), was isolated from the flower of the medicinal plant Trollius chinensis.
Wu, A New Natural Ceramide from Trollius chinensis Bunge, Molecules, 15, 7467 (2010).
For example, restricted dispersal of Vaccinium myrtillus, Rhinanthus minor, Rumex acetosa, Cicerbita alpina, Trollius europaeus and Campanula thyrsoides appears to be the foremost reason for the patchy distribution, because seeds added manually to unoccupied sites resulted in successful germination (Lindgren et al, 2007; Frei et al., 2012).
Soon afterwards hemerocallis and trollius will be in full spate.