bulbous plant


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Hussey (1976) investigated this phenomenon in some members of bulbous plants included Narcissus, Iris, Amaryllis, Fritillaria, Freesia, Hippeastrum, Gladiolus and Sparaxis and reported that cytokinin application is necessary for in vitro proliferation of storage organs.
If you prepare their future homes thoroughly, snowdrops will multiply and colonise Unlike most bulbous plants, snowdrops are not planted as dry bulbs.
Bulbous plants can survive droughts and cold weather as their bulbs are planted deep below the surface and are able to withstand the vagaries of the weather.
Seed can be saved from many trees, shrubs, perennials, annuals, bulbous plants, ornamental grasses and herbs.
The genus Narcissus comprises bulbous plants of the Northern Hemisphere belonging to the Amaryllidaceae family, consisting of about 63 species and many subspecific taxa and natural hybrids [10,11].
A variety of flowers including Marigold (tagetes), Antirrhinum, Pentunia (Double shade), Dianthus, bulbous Plants, Fersia, Ranuculus,Calendula, Acroclinium, Statice were creatively used for decorating bouquets, hair clips and other accessories displayed in the ceremony.
Well laid out landscapes, lighting and music system along the roads and footpaths in the gardens, and introduction of suitable ornamental plant material including novel species among lilies and other bulbous plants, climbers, perennials, flowering shrubs and ferns, will be the attraction of this heritage park.
When it comes to bulbous plants, Crinum x powellii 'Album' will provide a relaxed clumping form with bold leaves and tall flower stems topped with white trumpet-shaped flowers.
Today they are specialists in temperate forest plants - shrubs, exquisite herbaceous perennials, climbers and bulbous plants - though Bleddyn has a weakness for arisaemas, aconites and anemones.
Another product, IBR-dormin, has introduced a completely new approach toward maintaining youthful skin, using extracts from the bulbous plants of the genus Narcissus.
A few bulbous plants - such as snowdrops and also winter aconites - are often difficult to establish when you plant them in "dry" form in the autumn, but they can be bought in full leaf at this time of year.
Eucomis (pictured) are bulbous plants well worth growing for their shape alone.
They love rhododendrons, hydrangeas, camellias and other shrubs, as well as bulbous plants, fuchsias, cyclamen, impatiens, primulas, sedum, begonias and strawberries.
Late summer brings a whole range of South African bulbous plants into play.
They include some of the most popular bulbous plants in the world, belonging to genera like Freesia (iris family), Nerine (amaryllis family), and Gladiolus.