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ASPARAGALES
ASPARAGACEAE
ASPARAGUS
AFRICA
AFRICAN LILY
AGAPANTHUS
AGAPANTHUS AFRICANUS
AGAVACEAE
AGAVE
ALLIACEAE
ALLIUM
ALLIUMS
ALLIUM AMPELOPRASUM
ALLIUM CANADENSE
ALLIUM MONTANUM
ALLIUM NEAPOLITANUM
ALLIUM SCORODOPRASUM
ALLIUM SPHAEROCEPHALON
ALLIUM VINEALE
ALOES
ALOE ARISTATA
ALOE DICHOTOMA
ALOE NGOBITENSIS
ALOE WILDII
ALSTROEMERIA
AMARYLLIDACEAE
AMARYLLIS
ANDROSTEPHIUM
ANTHERS
ASPEN
ASPHODEL
ASPHODELACEAE
ASPHODELUS
ASPIDISTRA
BABIANA
BAMBOO
BELLADONNA LILY
BLOOMS
BLUE
BLUE-EYED GRASS
BLUEBELL
BLUEBELLS
BRODIAEA
BUDS
BULB
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Asparagales

  1. Asparagales is an order of flowering plant s.
  2. Asparagales is an order of flowering plants .
  3. Asparagales is an order of monocot s which includes a number of families of non-woody plants.
  4. Asparagales is an order of monocots formerly grouped with the Liliales, many of which were even included in the Liliaceae.
  5. Asparagales is an order of monocots which includes a number of families of non-woody plants.

Asparagaceae

  1. Asparagaceae is the botanical name of a family of flowering plants .
  2. The Asparagaceae is a flowering plant family in the order Asparagales , containing three genera.
  3. The Asparagaceae is a flowering plant family in the order Asparagales, in its most restricted sense containing three genera.

Asparagus

  1. Asparagus are a type of vegetable obtained from one species within the genus Asparagus, specifically the young shoots of Asparagus officinalis.
  2. Asparagus are the vegetable obtained from one species within the genus Asparagus, specifically the young shoots of Asparagus officinalis.
  3. Asparagus is a great source of potassium and fiber.
  4. Asparagus is a great source of potassium and fibre.
  5. Asparagus is a herbaceous perennial plant growing to 100-150 cm tall, with stout stems with much-branched feathery foliage. (Web site)

Africa

  1. Africa is the world's second-largest and second most-populous continent, after Asia. (Web site)
  2. Africa is the worlds second-largest continent in both area and population, after Asia. (Web site)

African Lily

  1. The African lily is a handsome greenhouse plant and is hardy in the south of England and Ireland if protected from severe frosts.
  2. The African lily is a handsome greenhouse plant and is hardy in the south of Ireland if protected from severe frosts. (Web site)

Agapanthus

  1. Agapanthus are easily propagated by division or seed in the early spring, or selected forms are propagated by tissue culture. (Web site)
  2. Agapanthus are famous for harbouring snails, although the snails do not seem to cause any damage to the plants themselves. (Web site)
  3. Agapanthus are frost tender, evergreen or deciduous perennial plants.
  4. Agapanthus are water wise and do not require excessive watering. (Web site)
  5. Agapanthus is a flower of South Africa and is called African lily.

Agapanthus Africanus

  1. Agapanthus africanus are lily-like blooms and come in clusters made up of many bell-shaped flowers.
  2. Agapanthus africanus is a reliable species bearing waxy, deep violet-blue flowers on 24 inch (60cm) stems.

Agavaceae

  1. Agavaceae is a family of plant s that includes many well-known desert and dry zone types such as the agave, yucca, and Joshua tree.
  2. Agavaceae is a family of plants .
  3. Agavaceae is a family of plants that includes many well-known desert and dry zone types such as the agave , yucca , and Joshua tree .
  4. The Agavaceae are economically important for a number of reasons. (Web site)

Agave

  1. Agave is a genus within the family Agavaceae, which is currently placed within the order Asparagales.
  2. Agave is part of the Agavaceae family, also called maguey.
  3. Agave is the name of a succulent plant of a large botanical genus of the same name, belonging to the family Agavaceae.
  4. Agave was of particular importance to the Aztecs, supplying fibers for instruments and paper, as well as the drink now called tequila. (Web site)

Alliaceae

  1. Alliaceae is a family of herbaceous perennial flowering plants .
  2. Alliaceae is a family of herbaceous perennial plants.
  3. Alliaceae is a family of plants from the order of asparagales .
  4. Alliaceae: The Onion Family The Alliaceae is the family of onions and related plants. (Web site)
  5. The Alliaceae are resolved as an unsupported paraphyletic grade. (Web site)

Allium

  1. Allium is classified in family Alliaceae although some classifications have included it in the lily family ( Liliaceae).
  2. Allium is the ancient Latin name for garlic and canadense is the Latin word meaning "of Canada".
  3. Allium is the ancient name for garlic from Latin.
  4. Allium is the onion genus with about 1250 species, mostly classified in its own family Alliaceae.
  5. Allium is the onion genus with about 1250 species, usually classified in its own family Alliaceae.

Alliums

  1. Alliums are a cool-season crop grown in most regions of the U.S. This publication addresses commercial culinary alliums, except garlic. (Web site)
  2. Alliums are characterized by a tall, erect inflorescence; umbrella-like, all of the flower stalks emerge from one point.
  3. Alliums are considered an area of vegetable production in which China will seek increasing domination of U.S. and Asian markets.
  4. Alliums are hardy perennials, having true bulbs, or less-developed vestigial bulbs attached to rhizomes, the latter known as rhizomatous onions. (Web site)

Allium Ampeloprasum

  1. Allium ampeloprasum is a member of the onion genus Allium, in the family Alliaceae.
  2. Allium ampeloprasum is the best known of this section.

Allium Canadense

  1. Allium canadense subsp.
  2. Allium canadense L. The related entity italicized and indented above is listed by the U.S. federal government or a state. (Web site)
  3. Allium canadense page Other Allium species are similar in appearance to this one but only A. canadense has the characteristic fiber coating on its bulb. (Web site)

Allium Montanum

  1. Allium montanum is a species of Allium .

Allium Neapolitanum

  1. Allium neapolitanum is a perennial bulbous plant of the genus Allium, the onion family. (Web site)
  2. Allium neapolitanum is one of the best known species in Israel; its stalk is triangular in cross-sectioned and it reaches a height of up to 30 centimeters.

Allium Scorodoprasum

  1. Allium scorodoprasum subsp.
  2. The Sand leek ( Allium scorodoprasum), also known as Rocambole, is a perennial plant of the family Alliaceae.
  3. SysTax - detailed information on Allium scorodoprasum L. ssp.

Allium Sphaerocephalon

  1. L' ail -- t--te ronde ( Allium sphaerocephalon) est une plante herbac--e vivace de la famille des Alliaceae.
  2. The Round-headed leek ( Allium sphaerocephalon), is also known as Round-headed garlic, ball-head onion, and other variations on these names. (Web site)
  3. Allium sphaerocephalon subsp.

Allium Vineale

  1. Field Garlic ( Allium vineale) is similar, but it has a strong garlic taste.
  2. Introduced from Europe, Allium vineale is a common weed of lawns and meadows, it has been declared a noxious weed in some American States.
  3. Allium vineale L. This plant and the related entities italicized and indented below are listed by the U.S. federal government or a state. (Web site)

Aloes

  1. Aloes are the expressed juice of the leaves of the plant.
  2. Aloes are the expressed juice of the plant's leaves.
  3. Aloes is a medicinal substance used as a purgative and produced from various species of aloe, such as A. vera, vulgaris, socotrina, chinensis, and perryi.
  4. Aloes is the expressed juice of the leaves of the plant.

Aloe Aristata

  1. Aloe aristata, also known as Torch Plant and Lace Aloe, is a species of aloe indigenous to South Africa and surrounding countries.
  2. Aloe aristata, est une plante originaire d' Afrique du Sud et de ses pays limitrophes. (Web site)
  3. Aloe aristata, com--nmente conocido como planta antorcha, es una especie de Aloe oriundo de Sud--frica y pa--ses colindantes. (Web site)

Aloe Dichotoma

  1. Ensoleillement intense pendant toute l'ann--e( Aloe dichotoma, pearsoni ou asperifolia). (Web site)
  2. Wikimedia Commons propose des documents multim--dia libres sur Aloe dichotoma.
  3. L' Aloe dichotoma, ou Kokerboom est un alo--s indig--ne d' Afrique du Sud et plus particuli--rement de la province Cap-du-Nord et de Namibie.

Aloe Ngobitensis

  1. Aloe ngobitensis is a succulent and member of the aloe genus.

Aloe Wildii

  1. Aloe wildii is a grasslike aloe in the family Asphodelaceae .

Alstroemeria

  1. Alstroemeria is a slightly zygomorphic (bilaterally symmetrical) flower with 3 sepals and 3,generally, striped petals. (Web site)
  2. Alstroemeria is commonly called the "Peruvian Lily", and is a popular cut and garden flower.

Amaryllidaceae

  1. Amaryllidaceae is a family of flowering plants with over 800 species in about 60 genera.
  2. Amaryllidaceae is the botanical name of a family of flowering plants.
  3. The Amaryllidaceae are a family of flowering plants, with over 800 species in about 60 genera.
  4. The Amaryllidaceae are now considered part of the Asparagales. (Web site)
  5. The Amaryllidaceae is a large group consisting of about 860 species in 59 genera. (Web site)

Amaryllis

  1. Amaryllis are bulbs of the genus Hippeastrum that are native to tropical and subtropical areas of the Americas. (Web site)
  2. Amaryllis are no exception to this rule. (Web site)
  3. Amaryllis are not difficult to grow and may be brought into bloom every year if the plants are treated correctly. (Web site)
  4. Amaryllis are planted with the narrow top of the bulb, or "neck," exposed above the soil surface. (Web site)
  5. Amaryllis are subject to red spotting from various physiological causes, from injury and from mite and insect damage. (Web site)

Androstephium

  1. Androstephium breviflorum - pink funnellily Androstephium caeruleum - blue funnel lily Androstephium coeruleum - blue funnellily.
  2. Our results strongly indicate that this is not the case and that Triteleia is closely related to Bloomeria, Muilla, and Androstephium. (Web site)
  3. The genus Androstephium (funnellilies) belongs to the order Asparagales and contains the following species.

Anthers

  1. Anthers are black. (Web site)
  2. Anthers are never black. (Web site)
  3. Anthers are purple. (Web site)
  4. Anthers are whitish. (Web site)
  5. The anthers are bright yellow and the purple bell consists of sepals.

Aspen

  1. Aspen is a type of poplar tree representing several species.
  2. Aspen is the largest city and county seat of Pitkin County, Colorado.

Asphodel

  1. An Asphodel for the Dead The word "asphodel", in mythical and theological sense, is associated with death and the afterlife. (Web site)
  2. Asphodel is a kind of lily that according to mythology was said to cover the elysian fields (the underworld of the ancient Greece). (Web site)
  3. Asphodel is an author of numerous writings on Goddess topics and also on Jewish women's history and on antisemitism. (Web site)
  4. Asphodel was held sacred to Bacchus and Dionysus ( Dionysus is usually considered asnother aspect of Bacchus but is treated as a seperate divinity by some). (Web site)
  5. Asphodel was said to grow profusely in the Elysian Fields and was planted on graves as a form of food preferred by the dead. (Web site)

Asphodelaceae

  1. Asphodelaceae are a family of flowering plants .
  2. Asphodelaceae are characterized by simultaneous cytokinesis associated with centrifugal cell plate development, resulting in monosulcate pollen grains. (Web site)
  3. Asphodelaceae is a large genus containing 15 different genera and ~750 species (Judd et al.
  4. Asphodelaceae is the botanical name of a family of flowering plants.
  5. The Asphodelaceae are monocot s, part of order Asparagales.

Asphodelus

  1. Asphodelus is a genus of mainly perennial plants native to central and southern Europe, but are now spread worldwide.
  2. Asphodelus is a genus of perennial plants native of central and southern Europe, now spread worldwide.
  3. Asphodelus is a genus of perennial plants native of central and southern Europe, now spread worlwide.
  4. Asphodelus is a genus of perennial plants native to central and southern Europe, but are now spread worldwide.
  5. Asphodelus is a genus of plants of central and southern Europe.

Aspidistra

  1. Aspidistra is a genus of seven species of herbaceous plant s in the family Ruscaceae, formerly treated in either the Liliaceae or the Convallariaceae.
  2. Aspidistra is a genus of seven species of herbaceous plants in the family Ruscaceae, formerly treated in either the Liliaceae or the Convallariaceae.
  3. Aspidistra is a genus seven species of plants in the family Ruscaceae, formerly treated in either the Liliaceae or the Convallariaceae .
  4. Aspidistra is one of those genera that has been ignored by field botanists Botany is the scientific study of plant life.

Babiana

  1. Babiana is a large genus in the family Iridaceae, consisting of about 80 species. (Web site)
  2. See lots more Babiana seeds, by simply typing the word "Babiana" into the searchbar of the BoB homepage. (Web site)

Bamboo

  1. Bamboo are woody, perennial evergreens. (Web site)
  2. Bamboo is a group of woody perennial evergreen plants in the true grass family Poaceae, subfamily Bambusoideae, tribe Bambuseae.

Belladonna Lily

  1. The Belladonna Lily is a bulb plant, with each bulb being 5-10 cm in diameter.
  2. The Belladonna Lily is a bulbous plant, with each bulb being 5-10 cm in diameter.
  3. The Belladonna Lily was introduced into cultivation at the beginning of the 18th century.
  4. The Belladonna Lily was introduced into cultivation at the beginning of the eighteenth century.

Blooms

  1. Blooms are borne in umbels of one or two flowers. (Web site)
  2. Blooms are now large, flared trumpets in a dazzling range of colours. (Web site)
  3. The blooms are white with pink or rose band on the outside of each petal.

Blue

  1. Blue is the color and name of the main character (a dog) in the preschool animated educational television show Blue's Clues.
  2. Blue is the complement of yellow.

Blue-Eyed Grass

  1. Like other species of blue-eyed grasses that are locally dominant, it is generally known simply as "Blue-eyed Grass" within its natural range.
  2. Cyperales Poaceae white blue-eyed grass Sisyrinchium albidum Raf. (Web site)
  3. Liliales Iridaceae blue-eyed grass Sisyrinchium spp.

Bluebell

  1. A Bluebell is a true British plant nearly half the bluebells of the world grows in Britain.
  2. Bluebell is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness.
  3. The Bluebell is called a wild hyacinth by the Scottish.
  4. The bluebell is one of several species of plant that indicate an ancient woodland because their thick carpets take centuries to form naturally. (Web site)
  5. The bluebell is the national flower of Scotland .

Bluebells

  1. Bluebells are held to be a symbol of constancy and kindness. (Web site)
  2. Bluebells are protected through general provisions in the Wildlife and Countryside 1981 which make it illegal to intentionally uproot a wild plant. (Web site)

Brodiaea

  1. Brodiaea is also used as a common name to refer to the three genera Brodiaea, Dichelostemma, and Triteleia.

Buds

  1. Buds are cut each day and shipped over-night.
  2. The buds are often, though not always, protected by a sheath. (Web site)
  3. The buds are quite a dark blue, opening to a paler blue, and each perianth segment has a distinct dark blue stripe down the middle. (Web site)

Bulb

  1. A bulb is a modified, underground stem. (Web site)
  2. A bulb is an underground vertical shoot that has modified leaves (or thickened leaf bases) that are used as food storage organs by a dormant plant.
  3. A bulb is an underground vertical shoot that has modified leaves (or thickened leaf bases) that is used as food storage organs by a dormant plant. (Web site)
  4. The term "bulb" is used by most people to refer to plants that have underground, fleshy storage structures.

Bulbs

  1. Bulbs are about 2 inches (50 mm) in diameter. (Web site)
  2. Bulbs are composed of 5-16 cloves enclosed in a white or purplish parchment-like outer sheath. (Web site)
  3. Bulbs are priced from around $1.00 up to about $100, depending on the newness or scarcity of a cultivar and not necessarily on its desirability. (Web site)
  4. Bulbs are the main source of propagation for growing all the species of Narcisuus.
  5. The bulbs are 1.6 inches to ca. (Web site)

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