polyantha


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polyantha

(ˌpɒliˈænθə)
n
(Plants) a type of clustering flower
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(P.X polyantha) Primrose--have broad crinkled leaves and short stalks with clusters of flat, broad-petalled flowers.
polyantha) has strappy leaves and clusters of brightly colored flowers atop 3- to 12-inch stems.
"la ventana" Asteraceae 6/4/98 Sinclairia polyantha (Klatt) Asteraceae Rydb.
Cecile Brunner', a climbing polyantha rose, this graceful arbor runs along the side of a stuccoed cottage.
Esta primera parte contiene una clave para subgeneros y secciones de Masdevallia y trata con detalle el subgenero Polyantha secciones Alaticaules y Polyanthae.
Abstract: The constituents of the volatile oil of Cunila polyantha from Dota, Costa Rica, were investigated using coupled gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS) analyses.
FILOLI FAVORITES: BULB, BEDDING PLANT COMPANIONS February-March March-April Daffodils Ranunculus 'Golden Harvest' (yellow) Apricot Shades' with blue or |Pink Charm' (pink), Chinese forget-me-not with white wall rockcress (Cynoglossum amabile) (Arabis caucasica) Tulips 'Golden Harvest' or Mount 'Maureen' (white) with Hood' (white) with English 'Blue Bunting' columbine primrose (Primula polyantha) (Aquilegia) 'Mrs.
Polyantha roses are a parent of many modern floribundas.
Mini-floras are intended to be an improvement over two older, similar-size roses, "Garnette' (a small floribunda) and "Margo Koster' (a polyantha).
polyantha is an ornamental shrub cultivated in gardens for white clusters of flowers and evergreen foliage.
Test pharmacological effect of ethanolic extract of Eugenia polyantha leaves as for decreasing glucose level activity on mice induced.