indica (Cannaceae), Thalia geniculata y Maranta leuconeura (Marantaceae), la segunda de frecuente cultivo, Strelitzia
nicolai y S.
Efeitos de reguladores vegetais na germinacao e desenvolvimento da semente Strelitzia
The name Strelitzia
was in honour of Queen Charlotte, Duchess of Mecklenburg-Strelitz (and wife of George III), who lived at Kew Gardens for many years.
Flowering stems of Strelitzia
reginae stored at 10[degrees]C for seven days have a longer vase life than when stored for 14, 21 and 28 days (Finger et al.
reginae Marantaceae Calatea Calathea sp.
He criticizes the coined word BANANALIKE in the Webster's Second definition of STRELITZIA
, concluding "if the lexicographers are free to coin words, so are we, for lexicographers are only human, and there are no special privileges reserved for them.
Unfortunately, the customers never follow the Count's instructions on how to care for their pets, and disaster always ensues--the female Strelitzia
eats the male when they mate; Alice gives birth to thousands of ravenous little rabbits; and the gaze of the Basilisk kills her lover.
REGINAE (Bird of Paradise flower) are grown for their exotic and unusual orange and blue bird-shaped flowers which emerge from boat- shaped bracts.
The stove contained several orchids and house plants, including 'Epidendron macrochitum, Dendrobium nobli, Euphorbia splendens, Strelitzia
reginae, Plumbago Alba'.
Imagine an old Moorish palace in terraced gardens, where amongst the enormous trees stood the flower birds with orange beaks of the Strelitzia
nicolai--White Bird-of-Paradise, Giant Bird-of-Paradise
Propagation of tropical cut flowers: Strelitzia
, Alpinia and Heliconia.