globe amaranth

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globe amaranth:

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[Gr.,=unfading], common name for the Amaranthaceae (also commonly known as the pigweed family), a family of herbs, trees, and vines of warm regions, especially in the Americas and Africa.
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globe amaranth

flower of immortality. [Flower Symbolism: Flora Symbolica, 172]
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Usually, one branch (paraclade) arises per leaf at each node from the respective axillary bud; however, in Gomphrena boliviana Moq.
En el estrato herbaceo se encuentran en orden de abundancia las poaceas (66%), el complejo Typhaceae-Sparganiaceae (56%), el Tipo Gomphrena (37%), Eryngium campestre (44%), el Tipo Amaranthus (41%), Bidens sp.
There seem to be more endemic plants on surrounding hills than on the plain, such as Aspilia grazielae Santos, Discocactus ferricola Buining & Bradero, Gomphrena centrota Holzh.
cucullata), Gomphrena hybrids, Salviafarinacea, Callistephus chinensis and Coleus blumei were all tolerant to the high summer temperatures and RH characteristics of Korea and they flowered over a long period, even with the latest sowings.
H Amaranthaceae Gomphrena meyeniana (Rusby) Susseng.
TABLA I ESPECIES UTILIZADAS EN ZAPOTITLAN DE LAS SALINAS, PUEBLA PARA EL TRATAMIENTO DE AFECCIONES GASTROINTESTINALES (AGO 2000-MAY 2001) Familia M A PU FM FL Especie Nombre comun (clave (1)) (# voucher (2) Acanthaceae Justicia mexicana Rose C Di Pa 1 1,1 Kiwi (ml) (MPF 307) Amaranthaceae Gomphrena procumbens Jacq.
In March, plant sunny beds with seed or transplants of marigolds, zinnias, gomphrena and rudbeckia, and brighten shady spots with impatiens and caladiums.
Related Family Members in Book: Amaranthus, Gomphrena
Fructose containing carbohydrates in the tuberous root of Gomphrena macrocephala (Amaranthaceae) at different phenological phases.