In this study, I examine how the history of plant individuals influences individual performance, population dynamics, and life cycle structure in the long-lived herb Lathyrus
Gene flow, Lathyrus
latifolius, male reproductive success, mating system, naturalized species, paternity analysis.
undulatus; Megasporogenesis; Megagametogenesis; Embryo; Endosperma
Another new highly recommended variety is Lathyrus
'Skylark Mixed' (Johnsons), whose flowers come in pretty pastel shades from white to dark purple, is great for cutting and would also sit easily in the herbaceous border.
Genotype-environment interaction for seed yield and ODAP concentration of Lathyrus
New offerings include Lathyrus
latifolius, a late-summer sweet pea in red, pink and white on 4- to 8-foot-tall climbing vines; Molly Sanderson pansies, jet-black and 6 to 8 inches tall against soft green foliage for low borders and shady spots; and the Hot Spot Garden, a combination of plants - hibiscus, Russian sage, black-eyed Susans, orange glories, maiden pinks and Stella D'Oro day lillies - that will cover an area 4 by 8 1/2 feet, blooming even in very hot weather.
LATIFOLIUS The so-called "ever-lasting pea" is a good old cottage garden plant.
Tenders are invited for Tender For Supply Of Lentil, Lathyrus
And Arhar Fresh Seed
A A clematis would look very attractive growing through a forsythia or try the perennial pea Lathyrus
Seed morphology and testa texture of 18 wild taxa of Lathyrus
IF WE were to carry out a survey of people's favourite flowers, one of the top 10 would almost certainly be the sweet pea, Lathyrus
Annuals for Fragrance: Clarkia amoena (farewell-to-spring) Cleome hasslerana (spider flower) Dianthus chinensis (China pink) Erysimum cheiri (wallflower) Heliotropium arborescens (heliotrope) Lathyrus
odoratus (sweet pea) Lobularia maritime (sweet alyssum) Matthiola incana (stock) Nicotiana alata (flowering tobacco) Pelargonium spp.
, water stress increased the ABA concentration 10-fold in expanding leaves and fivefold in mature leaves (Sivakumaran and Hall, 1978).
The chosen species were Claytonia lanceolata ("spring beauty," Portulacaceae), Erythronium grandiflorum ("avalanche lily," Liliaceae), Mertensia brevistyla ("bluebell," Boraginaceae), Delphinium nuttallianum ("Nelson's larkspur," Helleboraceae), Lathyrus
leucanthus ("peavine," Fabaceae), Potentilla pulcherrima ("cinquefoil," Rosaceae), Eriogonum subalpinum ("buckwheat," Polygonaceae), Ipomopsis aggregata ("scarlet gilia," Polemoniaceae), Campanula rotundifolia ("harebell," Campanulaceae), and Seriphidium vaseyanum ("mountain sagebrush," Asteraceae).
Bred by renowned New Zealand Lathyrus
breeder, Dr Keith Hammett, this is a must have for the sweet pea enthusiast.