Nemophila


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Nemophila

(nəmŏf`ələ): see waterleafwaterleaf,
common name for the Hydrophyllaceae, a family of herbs and some shrubs, widely distributed but especially abundant in W and SW North America. Best known in the United States are the waterleafs (genus Hydrophyllum
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Genetic components of variation in Nemophila menziesii undergoing inbreeding: Morphology and flowering time.
For cottage gardens my choice would be Aquilegia Magpie, poppy Perry's White and Nemophila Penny Black.
1997) obtained estimates of specific causal components relevant to maternal inheritance for seed weight in Nemophila menziesii.
Pollination biology of Nemophila menziesii (Hydrophyllaceae) with comments on the evolution of oligolectic bees.
Recent work on Nemophila menziesii has also shown that damage to flowers can induce increased resistance to florivory later in the season (McCall, 2006).
Late Spring and Summer: Campanula, Nemophila, Eschscholzia, Clarkia, Gypsophila, Centaurea, Linum, Lavatera, Nigella, Limnanthes, Cosmos, Reseda, Phacelia, Coreopsis, Nepeta, Persicaria,
HANGING BASKETS: Lobelia, Nemesia, Alyssum and Nemophila.
nOffer A: Hanging Basket Collection - swan river daisy, lobelia sapphire trailing, nasturtium trailing mixed, verbena dwarf compact, sweet pea cuthbertson and nemophila baby blue eyes.
Try nemophila (five spot or baby blue eyes) for part or full shade.
Quantitative genetics of response to competitors in Nemophila menziesii: a field experiment.
Pollination biology of Nemophila menzeisii (Hydrophyllaceae) with comments on the evolution of oligolectic bees.
Particularly good hardy annuals are godetia, clarkia, bushy forms of nasturtium, the bright blue nemophila and the golden Limnanthes douglasii, Love-in-a-Mist, cornflower, Phacelia, poppies, Svcabious, and the new dwarf sunflowers like Oranges and Lemons.