Urginea


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Noun1.Urginea - Mediterranean liliaceous plantsUrginea - Mediterranean liliaceous plants; sometimes placed in family Hyacinthaceae
liliid monocot genus - genus of monocotyledonous plants comprising mostly herbs having usually petaloid sepals and petals and compound pistils
family Liliaceae, Liliaceae, lily family - includes species sometimes divided among the following families: Alliaceae; Aloeaceae; Alstroemeriaceae; Aphyllanthaceae; Asparagaceae; Asphodelaceae; Colchicaceae; Convallariaceae; Hemerocallidaceae; Hostaceae; Hyacinthaceae; Melanthiaceae; Ruscaceae; Smilacaceae; Tecophilaeacea; Xanthorrhoeaceae
sea onion, sea squill, Urginea maritima, squill - having dense spikes of small white flowers and yielding a bulb with medicinal properties
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Cynhyrchu Serenyn (Squill) yng Ngogledd Cymru - Mae Serenyn (Urginea maritima) yn cael ei ddefnyddio mewn nifer o foddion peswch ac yn tyfu'n wyllt yn India a Gogledd Affrica yn draddodiadol.
Among herbs, seven species were found at all selected sampling sites; Carthamus oxycantha (IVI = 18.24), Chenopodium album (IVI = 14.88), Cynodon dactylon (IVI = 20.70), Euphorbia helioscopia (IVI = 16.40), Fumaria indica (IVI = 15.34), Peganum harmala (IVI = 19.37) and Urginea indica (IVI = 14.37) (Fig.
purpurea (foxglove), Adonis microcarpa and Adonis vernalis (adonis), Apocynum cannabinum (black Indian hemp), Asclepias curassavica (redheaded cotton bush), Asclepias fruticosa (balloon cotton), Calotropis procera (king's crown), Carissa spectabilis (wintersweet), Cerebera manghas (sea mango), Cheiranthus cheiri (wallflower), Convallaria majalis (lily of the valley, convallaria), Cryptostegia grandiflora (rubber vine), Helleborus niger (black hellebore), Helleborus viridis, Nerium oleander (oleander), Plumeria rubra (frangipani), Selenicereus grandiflorus (cactus grandiflorus), Strophanthus hispidus and Strophanthus kombe (strophanus), Thevetia peruviana (yellow oleander), and Urginea maritima (squill).