Chilopsis


Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for Chilopsis

References in periodicals archive ?
Prior to the fire, xeroriparian habitats were lined with a large number of trees, mostly Olneya tesota (ironwood), Cercidium, Chilopsis linearis (desert willow), and Psorothamnus spinosus (smoke tree).
Small (to about 30 feet), multitrunked deciduous tree (a cross between Catalpa bignonioides and Chilopsis linearis).
The chitalpa is a cross between Catalpa bignonioides from the Southeast and Chilopsis linearis (desert willow) from the Southwest.
In making the journey from your car to the main garden, you are likely to encounter the following: a double-flowered pomegranate with striped petals; a multitrunked Chilopsis tashkentensis tree, which is a hybrid between the catalpa and the desert willow, with pink trumpet flowers; a green and cream variegated Coprosma kirkii ground cover; a compact version of Italian jasmine (Jasminum humile); and a mounding plant with scabiosa-type leaves and lavender, staticelike flowers.
neomexicana listed in Appendix) is characterized by loamy, gravelly alluvium with intermingling of several microhabitats consisting of various combinations of trees (saltcedar Tamarix aphylla, Fremont cottonwood Populus fremontii), shrubs (creosotebush Larrea tridentata, honey mesquite Prosopis glandulosa, whitethorn acacia Acacia constricta, desert willow Chilopsis linearis, ocotillo Fouquieria splendens, four-wing saltbush Atriplex canescens, sage Salvia), Russian thistle (Salsola kali), Spanish dagger (Yucca torreyi), cacti (purple prickly pear Opuntia violacea, tasajillo Opuntia kleiniae, cholla Opuntia imbricata), and grasses (fluffgrass Erioneuron pulchellum, chino gramma Bouteloua breviseta, tobosa Hilaria mutica).
rocemiflam, 1993 [+] 51 44 30 103 DAHOON llox cussine, 1984 [*] 55 40 36 104 llox cussine, 1995 [*] 32 68 31 108 llox cussine, 1995 [*] 54 42 36 105 llox cussine, 1994 [*] 34 61 34 104 Myrtle, llex mynifolia, 1998 77 55 35 141 DARLING-PLUM Reynosia septontriovalis, 1992 21 28 13 52 DESERT-WILLOW Chilopsis lineoris 1995 160 68 48 240 DEVILS-WALKINGSTICK Aralia spinosa, 1997 23 74 16 101 DEVILWOOD Osmanthus americanus, 1991 36 46 27 89 DOGWOOD Alternate-leaf, Cornus alternifolia, 1997 41 49 27 97 Blackfruit, Cornus sassilis, 1998 [+] 20 18 16 42 Flowering, Cornus florida, 1988 [*] 110 33 42 154 CYPRESS-PINE Blue, Callitris hugelii, 1994 [delta] Bradenton, Fla.