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- Asparagales is an order of flowering plant s.
- Asparagales is an order of flowering plants .
- Asparagales is an order of monocot s which includes a number of families of non-woody plants.
- Asparagales is an order of monocots formerly grouped with the Liliales, many of which were even included in the Liliaceae.
- Asparagales is an order of monocots which includes a number of families of non-woody plants.
- Asparagaceae is the botanical name of a family of flowering plants .
- The Asparagaceae is a flowering plant family in the order Asparagales , containing three genera.
- The Asparagaceae is a flowering plant family in the order Asparagales, in its most restricted sense containing three genera.
- Asparagus are a type of vegetable obtained from one species within the genus Asparagus, specifically the young shoots of Asparagus officinalis.
- Asparagus are the vegetable obtained from one species within the genus Asparagus, specifically the young shoots of Asparagus officinalis.
- Asparagus is a great source of potassium and fiber.
- Asparagus is a great source of potassium and fibre.
- Asparagus is a herbaceous perennial plant growing to 100-150 cm tall, with stout stems with much-branched feathery foliage.
- Africa is the world's second-largest and second most-populous continent, after Asia.
- Africa is the worlds second-largest continent in both area and population, after Asia.
- The African lily is a handsome greenhouse plant and is hardy in the south of England and Ireland if protected from severe frosts.
- The African lily is a handsome greenhouse plant and is hardy in the south of Ireland if protected from severe frosts.
- Agapanthus are easily propagated by division or seed in the early spring, or selected forms are propagated by tissue culture.
- Agapanthus are famous for harbouring snails, although the snails do not seem to cause any damage to the plants themselves.
- Agapanthus are frost tender, evergreen or deciduous perennial plants.
- Agapanthus are water wise and do not require excessive watering.
- Agapanthus is a flower of South Africa and is called African lily.
- Agapanthus africanus are lily-like blooms and come in clusters made up of many bell-shaped flowers.
- Agapanthus africanus is a reliable species bearing waxy, deep violet-blue flowers on 24 inch (60cm) stems.
- 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.
- Agavaceae is a family of plants .
- Agavaceae is a family of plants that includes many well-known desert and dry zone types such as the agave , yucca , and Joshua tree .
- The Agavaceae are economically important for a number of reasons.
- Agave is a genus within the family Agavaceae, which is currently placed within the order Asparagales.
- Agave is part of the Agavaceae family, also called maguey.
- Agave is the name of a succulent plant of a large botanical genus of the same name, belonging to the family Agavaceae.
- Agave was of particular importance to the Aztecs, supplying fibers for instruments and paper, as well as the drink now called tequila.
- Alliaceae is a family of herbaceous perennial flowering plants .
- Alliaceae is a family of herbaceous perennial plants.
- Alliaceae is a family of plants from the order of asparagales .
- Alliaceae: The Onion Family The Alliaceae is the family of onions and related plants.
- The Alliaceae are resolved as an unsupported paraphyletic grade.
- Allium is classified in family Alliaceae although some classifications have included it in the lily family ( Liliaceae).
- Allium is the ancient Latin name for garlic and canadense is the Latin word meaning "of Canada".
- Allium is the ancient name for garlic from Latin.
- Allium is the onion genus with about 1250 species, mostly classified in its own family Alliaceae.
- Allium is the onion genus with about 1250 species, usually classified in its own family Alliaceae.
- Alliums are a cool-season crop grown in most regions of the U.S. This publication addresses commercial culinary alliums, except garlic.
- Alliums are characterized by a tall, erect inflorescence; umbrella-like, all of the flower stalks emerge from one point.
- Alliums are considered an area of vegetable production in which China will seek increasing domination of U.S. and Asian markets.
- Alliums are hardy perennials, having true bulbs, or less-developed vestigial bulbs attached to rhizomes, the latter known as rhizomatous onions.
- Allium ampeloprasum is a member of the onion genus Allium, in the family Alliaceae.
- Allium ampeloprasum is the best known of this section.
- Allium canadense subsp.
- Allium canadense L. The related entity italicized and indented above is listed by the U.S. federal government or a state.
- 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.
- Allium montanum is a species of Allium .
- Allium neapolitanum is a perennial bulbous plant of the genus Allium, the onion family.
- 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 subsp.
- The Sand leek ( Allium scorodoprasum), also known as Rocambole, is a perennial plant of the family Alliaceae.
- SysTax - detailed information on Allium scorodoprasum L. ssp.
- L' ail -- t--te ronde ( Allium sphaerocephalon) est une plante herbac--e vivace de la famille des Alliaceae.
- The Round-headed leek ( Allium sphaerocephalon), is also known as Round-headed garlic, ball-head onion, and other variations on these names.
- Allium sphaerocephalon subsp.
- Field Garlic ( Allium vineale) is similar, but it has a strong garlic taste.
- Introduced from Europe, Allium vineale is a common weed of lawns and meadows, it has been declared a noxious weed in some American States.
- Allium vineale L. This plant and the related entities italicized and indented below are listed by the U.S. federal government or a state.
- Aloes are the expressed juice of the leaves of the plant.
- Aloes are the expressed juice of the plant's leaves.
- 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.
- Aloes is the expressed juice of the leaves of the plant.
- Aloe aristata, also known as Torch Plant and Lace Aloe, is a species of aloe indigenous to South Africa and surrounding countries.
- Aloe aristata, est une plante originaire d' Afrique du Sud et de ses pays limitrophes.
- Aloe aristata, com--nmente conocido como planta antorcha, es una especie de Aloe oriundo de Sud--frica y pa--ses colindantes.
- Ensoleillement intense pendant toute l'ann--e( Aloe dichotoma, pearsoni ou asperifolia).
- Wikimedia Commons propose des documents multim--dia libres sur Aloe dichotoma.
- 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 is a succulent and member of the aloe genus.
- Aloe wildii is a grasslike aloe in the family Asphodelaceae .
- Alstroemeria is a slightly zygomorphic (bilaterally symmetrical) flower with 3 sepals and 3,generally, striped petals.
- Alstroemeria is commonly called the "Peruvian Lily", and is a popular cut and garden flower.
- Amaryllidaceae is a family of flowering plants with over 800 species in about 60 genera.
- Amaryllidaceae is the botanical name of a family of flowering plants.
- The Amaryllidaceae are a family of flowering plants, with over 800 species in about 60 genera.
- The Amaryllidaceae are now considered part of the Asparagales.
- The Amaryllidaceae is a large group consisting of about 860 species in 59 genera.
- Amaryllis are bulbs of the genus Hippeastrum that are native to tropical and subtropical areas of the Americas.
- Amaryllis are no exception to this rule.
- Amaryllis are not difficult to grow and may be brought into bloom every year if the plants are treated correctly.
- Amaryllis are planted with the narrow top of the bulb, or "neck," exposed above the soil surface.
- Amaryllis are subject to red spotting from various physiological causes, from injury and from mite and insect damage.
- Androstephium breviflorum - pink funnellily Androstephium caeruleum - blue funnel lily Androstephium coeruleum - blue funnellily.
- Our results strongly indicate that this is not the case and that Triteleia is closely related to Bloomeria, Muilla, and Androstephium.
- The genus Androstephium (funnellilies) belongs to the order Asparagales and contains the following species.
- Anthers are black.
- Anthers are never black.
- Anthers are purple.
- Anthers are whitish.
- The anthers are bright yellow and the purple bell consists of sepals.
- Aspen is a type of poplar tree representing several species.
- Aspen is the largest city and county seat of Pitkin County, Colorado.
- An Asphodel for the Dead The word "asphodel", in mythical and theological sense, is associated with death and the afterlife.
- Asphodel is a kind of lily that according to mythology was said to cover the elysian fields (the underworld of the ancient Greece).
- Asphodel is an author of numerous writings on Goddess topics and also on Jewish women's history and on antisemitism.
- 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).
- Asphodel was said to grow profusely in the Elysian Fields and was planted on graves as a form of food preferred by the dead.
- Asphodelaceae are a family of flowering plants .
- Asphodelaceae are characterized by simultaneous cytokinesis associated with centrifugal cell plate development, resulting in monosulcate pollen grains.
- Asphodelaceae is a large genus containing 15 different genera and ~750 species (Judd et al.
- Asphodelaceae is the botanical name of a family of flowering plants.
- The Asphodelaceae are monocot s, part of order Asparagales.
- Asphodelus is a genus of mainly perennial plants native to central and southern Europe, but are now spread worldwide.
- Asphodelus is a genus of perennial plants native of central and southern Europe, now spread worldwide.
- Asphodelus is a genus of perennial plants native of central and southern Europe, now spread worlwide.
- Asphodelus is a genus of perennial plants native to central and southern Europe, but are now spread worldwide.
- Asphodelus is a genus of plants of central and southern Europe.
- Aspidistra is a genus of seven species of herbaceous plant s in the family Ruscaceae, formerly treated in either the Liliaceae or the Convallariaceae.
- Aspidistra is a genus of seven species of herbaceous plants in the family Ruscaceae, formerly treated in either the Liliaceae or the Convallariaceae.
- Aspidistra is a genus seven species of plants in the family Ruscaceae, formerly treated in either the Liliaceae or the Convallariaceae .
- Aspidistra is one of those genera that has been ignored by field botanists Botany is the scientific study of plant life.
- Babiana is a large genus in the family Iridaceae, consisting of about 80 species.
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- Bamboo are woody, perennial evergreens.
- Bamboo is a group of woody perennial evergreen plants in the true grass family Poaceae, subfamily Bambusoideae, tribe Bambuseae.
- The Belladonna Lily is a bulb plant, with each bulb being 5-10 cm in diameter.
- The Belladonna Lily is a bulbous plant, with each bulb being 5-10 cm in diameter.
- The Belladonna Lily was introduced into cultivation at the beginning of the 18th century.
- The Belladonna Lily was introduced into cultivation at the beginning of the eighteenth century.
- Blooms are borne in umbels of one or two flowers.
- Blooms are now large, flared trumpets in a dazzling range of colours.
- The blooms are white with pink or rose band on the outside of each petal.
- Blue is the color and name of the main character (a dog) in the preschool animated educational television show Blue's Clues.
- Blue is the complement of yellow.
- Like other species of blue-eyed grasses that are locally dominant, it is generally known simply as "Blue-eyed Grass" within its natural range.
- Cyperales Poaceae white blue-eyed grass Sisyrinchium albidum Raf.
- Liliales Iridaceae blue-eyed grass Sisyrinchium spp.
- A Bluebell is a true British plant nearly half the bluebells of the world grows in Britain.
- Bluebell is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness.
- The Bluebell is called a wild hyacinth by the Scottish.
- The bluebell is one of several species of plant that indicate an ancient woodland because their thick carpets take centuries to form naturally.
- The bluebell is the national flower of Scotland .
- Bluebells are held to be a symbol of constancy and kindness.
- Bluebells are protected through general provisions in the Wildlife and Countryside 1981 which make it illegal to intentionally uproot a wild plant.
- Brodiaea is also used as a common name to refer to the three genera Brodiaea, Dichelostemma, and Triteleia.
- Buds are cut each day and shipped over-night.
- The buds are often, though not always, protected by a sheath.
- 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.
- A bulb is a modified, underground stem.
- 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.
- 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.
- The term "bulb" is used by most people to refer to plants that have underground, fleshy storage structures.
- Bulbs are about 2 inches (50 mm) in diameter.
- Bulbs are composed of 5-16 cloves enclosed in a white or purplish parchment-like outer sheath.
- 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.
- Bulbs are the main source of propagation for growing all the species of Narcisuus.
- The bulbs are 1.6 inches to ca.
* Common Bluebell
* Douglas Iris
* Dracaena Draco
* Dracaena Sanderiana
* Elephant Garlic
* English Bluebell
* Flag Iris
* Grape Hyacinth
* Gymea Lily
* Iris Illyrica
* Iris Innominata
* Iris Pseudacorus
* Maianthemum Bifolium
* Maianthemum Canadense
* Maianthemum Dilatatum
* New Zealand Flax
* Ornithogalum Narbonense
* Perennial Plants
* Saffron Crocus
* Siberian Squill
* Spanish Bluebell
* Tree Onion
* Triplet Lilies
* Triplet Lily
* Welsh Onion
* White Asphodel
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