antirrhinum


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antirrhinum

any scrophulariaceous plant of the genus Antirrhinum, esp the snapdragon, which have two-lipped flowers of various colours
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2006b--Conservation status of the threatened Iberian Peninsula narrow endemic Antirrhinum lopesianum Rothm.
Asimismo son frecuentes en estas comunidades taxones caracteristicos de Phagnalo-Rumicetea, tales como Rumex induratus, Dianthus lusitanus, Antirrhinum graniticum, etc.
This particular specie would continue beautifying the city till November and be replaced by spring flowers of petunia, pansy and antirrhinum varieties.
In this study, we investigated the pollination system of two taxonomic species of Californian snapdragon, Antirrhinum subcordatum and A.
NDMC gardeners planted winter flowers such as dahlia single, dahlia double, antirrhinum, aster and alyssum in December.
A Mini cyclamen, which will look good up to about Christmas, a new autumn flowering stock, dianthus, and antirrhinum, both of which will re-flower in the spring, as well as F1 wallflower - and, of course, a big choice of bulbs.
With today's free seeds - a bedding mix, plus rudbeckia, aster, poppy and antirrhinum - you can make sure your garden is full of colour this summer.
And for a threesome then introduce Antirrhinum "Black Prince".
At this time of year the list is endless but favourites such as antirrhinum, marigolds and dahlia, along with sweet peas, are always popular and easy to grow.
The six packets of summer flowering seeds will include such varieties as the daisy-like Calendula, ever popular Antirrhinum, the beatiful 'pincushion' flowering Ageratum, red lobelia, the tobacco plant Nicotiana, Sweet Peas and Mixed Annuals.
In contrast, photosynthetic activity is evident for both Antirrhinum and Pedicularis, with levels of [CO.
Its main products are basil, coriander, chives and flat parsley, but increasing public interest in cookery has led to the development of exotic varieties such as garlic chives, roccolla or wild rocket, red mustard and chard, lemon grass, edible courgette, and nasturtium, pansy and antirrhinum flowers.