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Any of several Asian plants of the genus Eremurus, having a tall cluster of colorful bell-shaped flowers. Also called foxtail lily.

[New Latin Erēmūrus, genus name : Greek erēmos, solitary + Greek ourā, tail; see ors- in Indo-European roots.]


(Plants) a type of herb from the Liliaceae family
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Eremurus Cleopatra is a vibrant orange foxtail lily, which will start to grow in late winter and spring, usually producing one tall flower spike composed of masses of tiny honey scented blooms.
Eremurus, Astrantia, Ornitigarum work well with the dusty rose, lending mild contrast and texture.
Other plants which perform a similar function are foxgloves, eremurus, hollyhock and some of the tall campanulas.
LAST time in my A-Z of plants we looked at Eremurus, the desert candle.
Eremurus Ruiter Hybrids are really wonderful garden flowers and members of the asphodel family and I have long thought that they should grow here.
Once inside, two large arrangements of white beauty eremurus, white gladioli, cream snapdragons, white hydrangeas, white mountain lilies, and Creme de la Creme roses flanked the entrance to the sanctuary.
The district is famous for chromite and granite mining and is typified by steppic forest in intermediate latitudes vegetated with Juniperus macropoda Franxinus xanthoxyloides Pinus gerardiana Artmisia maritime Rheum emodi Ephedra nebrodensis Rosa webbiana Tennisetum orientalis Pistacia mutica Thymus serpyllum and Eremurus aurantiacus.
Species from the genera Sterigmostemum, Alyssum, Scorzonera, Erysimum, Eremurus, Sonchus, and Lappula are common here.
Effects of gibberellic acid and citric acid on germination percentage, speed of germination and seed vigor of Eremurus spectabilis M.
FOXTAIL lilies, which are also known as desert candles or eremurus, have an almost regal presence.
P Leopard's bane Doronicum orientale P Foxtail lily Eremurus stenophyllus P Evening primroses Oenothera spp.