cleome


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Synonyms for cleome

any of various often strong-smelling plants of the genus Cleome having showy spider-shaped flowers

tropical and subtropical annual or perennial herbs or low shrubs

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This is also true of Cleome droserifolia (Fahn et al.
aurota on the subcontinent (where the species is generally referred to as the "Pioneer") are all Capparaceae; the genera Cadaba, Capparais and Maerua are specifically named and no other families or genera (including Cleome, the principal UAE representative of Capparaceae) are mentioned (G.
Senorita Blanca' cleome is the most-asked-about new plant in Sunset's test garden.
capim carrapicho), Chamaesyce prostrata (Aiton) Small (quebra pedra rasteira), Cleome affinis DC.
Overall, the species with the highest density in the crystalline area were Callisia repens, Microtea paniculata, Mollugo verticilata, Panicum trichoides, Phyllanthus niruri, Alternanthera tenela, Richardia grandiflora, Herissantia tiubae and Cleome diffusa, accounting for 74.
She turns on Cleome and Zinnia, the two slave girls who had been her only friends, and is unwilling to stand up to Lancaster as he mercilessly beats Alcofibras, the young slave whose fairlytales offered the only brief reprieves in her bleak life.
Other favourites include astrantia; yarrow (especially Paprika, a redorange); cleome, or spider flower; amaranth, or love-lies-bleeding, whose chenille-like tassels come in wine-red, lime-green and bronze; and nigella, or love-in-a-mist (especially the midnight blue variety), whose spidery seed pods are as magical as its starry flowers.
ex Britton X CLEOMACEAE (Cleome Family) Cleome serrulata Pursh X Polanisia jamesii (Torr.
Use dependable annuals such as busy lizzies, cosmos, cleome, nicotiana, sweet alyssum and petunia in containers to draw your eye when daylight dims.
Ethanol extracts of Atractylis carduus, Cleome chrysantha, Cocculus pendulus and Conyza incana were highly toxic, causing death of all animals within 4 hours after intraperitoneal injections.
Another time I grew and tended many late blooming perennials all summer: cleome, Mexican sunflower, zinnias, goldenrod, boltonia, and asters.
Khanuja, Modulation of inflammatory mediators by coumarinolignoids from Cleome viscosa in female swiss albino mice, Inflammopharmacology 16, 272-277(2008)
But the days I expect garden visitors I am out there early to gently remove the faded flowers even from a cluster like phlox or cleome so the new ones look their best.
Spangled undulatum Fritillary Strymon Gray Cleome serrulata, Dipsacus melinus Hairstreak Geranium sylvestrus (Hubner) viscossimum, (ova) Solidago occidentalis Vanessa annabella West Coast Chrysothamnus (Field) Lady nauseous, Taraxacum officinale Vanessa Red Admiral Urtica atalanta (L.