antirrhinum


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antirrhinum

any scrophulariaceous plant of the genus Antirrhinum, esp the snapdragon, which have two-lipped flowers of various colours
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Phlox drummondii 'Blushing Bride', left, Antirrhinum 'Chantilly White', above, and Viola 'Back to Black', right
Kids love snapdragon - antirrhinum, top - while the flowering tobacco, left, and zinnia, below, add interest and colour
Snapdragon (Antirrhinum majus L.), a perennial in warm regions but mostly grown as a winter annual, is used in flowering beds, mainly as short cultivars, or as a green background of flower beds, mainly as tall varieties (Ball, 1991).
Asi, esta muy bien caracterizada por taxones endemicos o subendemicos lusitano durienses, tales como: Allium schmitzii, Anarrhinum duriminium, Antirrhinum lopesianum, Holcus setiglumis subsp.
Mineral element composition in antirrhinum subsection Streptosepalum (Plantaginaceae) in Western Europe (Iberian Peninsula)
This particular specie would continue beautifying the city till November and be replaced by spring flowers of petunia, pansy and antirrhinum varieties.
In this study, we investigated the pollination system of two taxonomic species of Californian snapdragon, Antirrhinum subcordatum and A.
With today's free seeds - a bedding mix, plus rudbeckia, aster, poppy and antirrhinum - you can make sure your garden is full of colour this summer.
And for a threesome then introduce Antirrhinum "Black Prince".
The six packets of summer flowering seeds will include such varieties as the daisy-like Calendula, ever popular Antirrhinum, the beatiful 'pincushion' flowering Ageratum, red lobelia, the tobacco plant Nicotiana, Sweet Peas and Mixed Annuals.
We compare in vivo gas-exchange data and in vitro RUBISCO activity for a holoparasite (Orobanche corymbosa), a hemiparasite (Pedicularis canadensis), and a nonparasite (Antirrhinum majus) in the family Scrophulariaceae.