Matthiola incana

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Synonyms for Matthiola incana

European plant with racemes of sweet-scented flowers

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Structure and ecology: On volcanic rocky cliff, in an almost total absence of soil, grows a sub-halophilous vegetation characterized by dominance of Matthiola incana subsp.
32 Brassicaceae Brassica fruticulosa Cirillo 33 Brassicaceae Matthiola incana (L.
Rocky cliff vegetation with Matthiola incana (Faraglione di Mezzo); C-D.
Semeniuk [30] on Matthiola incana plants showed that fertilizers had positive effectiveness on speed of germination.
Effect of Various Levels of Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Potassium on Seed Production and Germination of Matthiola incana.
Another flower found in almost all flower shops, and commonly spotted in perennial gardens, is stock, or Matthiola incana.
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.
Cosmos produces a profusion of flowers - and one variety even smells of chocolate Matthiola incana, commonly called Stock, has large, showy and richly fragrant flower spikes, which come in a fine mixture of colors As the days grow longer and green shoots start to appear, even through frozen ground, many of us are itching to get gardening again.
II Other species: Reichardia picroides + in 3; Sonchus asper +, Parietaria judaica 1 in 4; Pancratium illyricum + in 5; Matthiola incana + in 6; Fumaria capreolata + in 7; Allium commutatum + in 8; Lobularia maritima 2 in 11; Vulpia sp.
Matthiola is a member of Brassicaceae family and Matthiola incana is an important ornamental plant of the genus (Hisamatsu et al.
Isolation and identifcation of GA112 in Matthiola incana.