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gilia:

see phloxphlox,
common name for plants of the genus Phlox and for members of the Polemoniaceae, a family of herbs (and some shrubs and vines) found chiefly in the W United States.
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The Senate members were appointed for a period of 8 years and half of them became renewable, every 4 years by drawing lots (Pencovici, 1883: 345-352; Gilia, 2007: 105-107; Radu, 2005: 21-22).
The origins of Gilia valvidensis and Gilia laciniata have been explored by Morrell et al.
If more hummingbird visits and greater pollen transfer translate to higher seed production for the plants, the results suggested, "hummingbird-pollinated plants such as scarlet gilia may indirectly benefit from noise," Francis said.
Pollen and resource limitation of compensation to herbivory in scarlet gilia, Ipomopsis aggregata.
Tomorrow National Collections of Polemonium, Collonia, Gilia and Leptodactylon (93 species and varieties) open in aid of the National Council for the Conservation of Plants and Gardens, 28 Sunnyside Terrace, Trimdon Grange, Trimdon Station, 2-5pm.
Total Taxon Status * populations Herbaceous Annuals Hoffmanns's slender-flowered gilia (Gilia tenuiflora ssp.
And here the blundering night-moth doth disclose The scented hollow where the currant grows, And there the murky bloom of gilia glows Like nuns at prayer, milk-white.
3 Some good choices include Brachycome iberidifolia, Mimulus, Calendula, Agrostemma (corncockle) Matthiola, Cosmos (Cosmea), Salvia horminium, Nigella, Clarkia, Godetia, Lavatera trimestris, Helichrysum, some ornamental grass mixes such as bunny's ears, sunflowers, love-liesbleeding, sweetpeas, Nemophila, Gilia, Gypsophila, candytuft, poppies, Linara, Linum grandiflora and Limonthes douglasii.
Globe gilia, lupine, Bigelow coreopsis and other wildflowers are also growing beside desert roads west of Lancaster and in the hills south of the reserve.
not just jackrabbits, lizards, blue-winged moths, gilia, and grasshoppers flinging themselves against my face but also a sense of seemingly endless possibility.