Chelone


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Chelone

changed into tortoise for refusing to attend wedding of Zeus and Hera. [Gk. Myth.: Zimmerman, 59]
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altissima 1.273 1.40 2.67 Anemone quinquefolia 0.020 0.21 0.23 Angelica triquinata 0.817 1.12 1.94 Arisaema triphyUum 0.118 0.70 0.82 Athyrium asplenioides 0.152 0.42 0.57 Botrypus virginianus 0.051 0.07 0.12 Cardamine diphylla 0.203 2.10 2.30 Cardamine pensylvanica 0.057 0.42 0.48 Chelone lyonii 2.280 1.12 3.40 Chelone sp.
The vivid pink turtlehead that you see in perennial gardens is most likely "Hot Lips" (Chelone lyonii).
Agalinis purpurea (L.) Pennell: P40291 Agalinis tenuifolia (Vahl) Raf.: P40127 Castilleja coccinea (L.) Spreng.: P41778 Chelone glabra L.: P41200 Leucospora multifida (Michx.) Nutt.: P40126 Lindernia dubia (L.) Pennell: P39786 Mimulus alatus Sol.: P40040 Pedicularis canadensis L.: P39809 Pedicularis lanceolata Michx.: P40070 Penstemon digitalis Nutt.: P40133 Scrophularia lanceolata Pursh: P41194 Veronicastrum virginicum (L.) Farw.: P39803
Ensign Stephanie Chelone, current aircraft intermediate maintenance department IM2 division officer and soon-to-be head of CPI aboard Ike, said the lean process is something Ike's sailors can accomplish every day by lean thinking.
Think Asters, daylilies, chrysanthemums, phlox, primrose (either before flowering or immediately thereafter), Arabis, Campanulas, Cerastum, Chelone, Heliopsis, Ajuga, Lysimachia, Monarda, Physostegia, Valeriana, and almost all the Sedums and Sempervivums.
At the end of January he sat out a World Cup race weekend to spend time playing golf with his brother, Chelone, who in October suffered severe head injuries in a motorcycling accident.
Richard Chelone and Susan Chelone; RSC Dairy; and RSC Dairy LLC.
The following is a list of both nectar and host plants: Achillea, allium, antirrhinum, aquilegia, armeria, artemesia, ascelepia, boltonia, buddleia, campanula, caryopteris, centranthus, chelone, coreopsis delphinium, dianthus, digitalis, echinacea, erigerion, erynigium, eupatorium, foeniciculum, gaillardia, gaura, helenium, hemerocallis, hypericum, hyssops, inula, leucanthemum, liatris, lobelia, lychnis, lysimachia, malva, monarda, nepeta, origanum, penstemon, perovskia, phlox, physotegia, rudbekia, rue, salix, salvia, sedum, sempervivum, thalictrum, thymus, valeriana, veronica, veronicastrum, humulus, loncera, campsis, loncera, and viola.
Name Origin: From the Greek word chelone (turtle), referring to the corolla that is shaped like a turtle's head.