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Synonyms for Tellima

genus of hardy perennials with palmately lobed leaves and long racemes of small nodding five-petaled flowers

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Al-Malt and Tellima echoed Abol Fotoh's opinion, saying that the constitution should be widely discussed with the public before a referendum is called on it particularly that it will be a "take it or leave it" referendum.
For small pots you can plant them with colourful heuchera or Tellima grandiflora or with the black lilyturf, Ophiopogon planiscapus 'Nigrescens'.
We reached initial agreements such as forming a coordination group and a revolutionary document that will guide us in the coming period and it might be the root for a political party that we might establish whenever needed," said Khaled Tellima, member of the Revolution Youth Coalition and one of the "Group of 50.
Tellima said that although they did not decide to support a specific candidate in the upcoming elections, a number of the attendees tried to convince ElBaradei to re-nominate himself for presidency.
For a leafy container arrangement - say in a half-barrel - add purple-leaved bergenia Purpurea, Heuchera Palace Purple or Tellima Purpurea and the golden variegated Euonymus Emerald 'n' Gold.
Herbaceous perennials are not as easy, but in dense shade consider ajuga, anemone japonica, waldsternia ternate, tiarella, tellima, pullmonaria saccharata, hosta, aruncu dioicus, lily of the valley, iris foetidissima and lamium maculatum.
CAIRO: Member of Revolution Youth Coalition, Khaled Tellima, said Wednesday that the media falsely turned the call for a general strike on Feb.
Tellima told Al-Hayah Al-Youm talk show Wednesday that there has been no call for civil disobedience yet.
An excellent companion plant is the ground-hugging Tellima Purpurea that produces spikes of pink-fringed green bells in May and June.
Some of them are running with the support of the Alliance, including: Abdel Rahman Haridi, Islam Lotfy, Khaled Tellima, Mo'az Abdel Kerim and Yasser Refai, while each of Tarek Mounir and Amr Ezz, two leading figures of the April 6 Youth Movement and the Democratic Front Party, are running as independent candidates.