Hesperis


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Biennials that grow in partial shade (five to six hours of sun) are hollyhocks, hesperis and forget-me-nots (Myosotissylvatica).
harra by Hashem and Saleh (1999), and from the genera Brassica, Cheiranthus, Farsetia, Hesperis, Iberis, Matthiola and Vesicaria.
hesperis and caurinus is pronounced in the tarsometatarsi but is less distinct, even though appreciable, in the other elements of the skeleton.
Nearby are purple flowered geraniums and another biennial plant, hesperis, the sweet rocket with its 3ft tall shoots covered in sweet smelling mauve flowers.
rapa [202] Cleome anomala Kunth [142] Hesperis matronalis L.
Anthony Disney (Brookfield: Variorum, 1995), 85-111; Andrzej Dziubinski, "L'armee et la flotte de guerre marocaines a l'epoque des sultans de la dynastie saadienne," Hesperis Tamuda 13 (1972), 61-94.
Burning bush, winged spindletree Hesperis matronalis L.
In April as you walk past our magnolias, a waft of sweet perfume fills your nostrils and close by sweet rocket, hesperis matronalis, begins to open its buds.
Mesic-adapted violets, such as Viola canadensis, occur in this type of forest and serve as larval foodplants for the Hesperis fritillary (Speyeria atlantis hesperis (Edw.
Decouverte a Gao d'un fragment de poterie emailee du Moyen Age Musulman, Hesperis 34: 514-16.
Hesperis matronalis, which is fondly referred to as sweet rocket or dame's violet, referring to its fragrance | Carol with one of her favourite vegetables - runner beans - at Glebe Cottage
A cyclamen, above | Hesperis matronalis, which is fondly referred to as sweet rocket or dame's violet, referring to its fragrance