cineraria


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Related to cineraria: Cineraria maritima
  • noun

Synonyms for cineraria

herb of Canary Islands widely cultivated for its blue or purple or red or variegated daisylike flowers

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In "Five-Twenty", cinerarias display "the colours of flesh with blood pulsing beneath the skin" (Beston 1975: 524).
Other plants that will provide festive cheer but do need cool conditions include cineraria and calceolaria, although you can place them in shady corners to brighten the scene temporarily, as these will be the plants that you'll throw away once they've finished flowering, unlike some of the longer-term houseplants.
Other plants which will provide some festive cheer but do need cool conditions include cineraria and calceolaria, although you can place them in shady corners to brighten the scene temporarily, as these will be the plants that you'll throw away once they've finished flowering, unlike some of the longer-term houseplants.
After 20 years, on 1877, one German physiologist that his name was Wilhelm Pfeiffer reported another unsuccessful experience about flays actuation in cineraria plant by sound.
The variety of flowers included Acroclinium, Anchusa, Ageratum, Aster, Alyssum, Antirrhinum, Annual Chrysanthemum, Calendula, Candytuft, Corn Flower, Cineraria, Clarkia, Dianthus, Dimorphotheca, English Daisy, Gazania, Godetia, Gypsophila, Gamolepis, Helichrysum,.
Cineraria and calceolaria also prefer cool conditions such as an enclosed porch.
DUSTY MILLER ALTHOUGH used in summer bedding, Dusty Miller - or Senecio cineraria Silver Dust - has snowflake-shaped leaves.
Over 100 species of plants live here including trees such as Ziziphus spina-christi ('Sidr', or Christ's thorn) and Prosopis cineraria ('Ghaf'), elegant grasses, large shrubs, and many pretty annuals which only grow after rain and live a short time.
Sow flowering houseplants Grow your own winter-flowering pot plants by sowing cineraria, calceolaria and schizanthus.
The plants need to start working to justify their place in the garden, so you'll have rich, moody evergreen backdrops, and plants such as cineraria and thistles.
A marvellous filler for spring and summer bedding schemes is Senecio cineraria 'Silver Dust' with exquisite, finely-cut, silvery leaves.
Jund Prosopis cineraria -leaves small & light green -desert tree & deep rooted.
In zones 15-17, also plant frost-tender cineraria, nemesia, and schizanthus, or sow seeds of baby blue eyes, forget-me-nots, sweet alyssum, sweet peas, and wildflowers.
The silver leafed Cineraria maritima is popular and so too are the elegant cordylines and trailing ivies.