Cerastium


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Cerastium (Caryophyllaceae) has some 120 species distributed mostly in temperate regions of the northern hemisphere, but reaching into temperate South America via high elevations of the equatorial and subequatorial Andes (Baumann, 1988).
Good choices include the pure white Cosmos 'Purity', Digitalis purpurea 'Alba', the white foxglove, and Cerastium Tomentosum 'Silver Carpet' (snowin-summer).
Good choices include the pure white Cosmos 'Purity', Digitalis purpurea 'Alba', the white foxglove, and Cerastium Tomentosum 'Silver Carpet' (snow-in-summer), a vigorous mat-forming perennial which produces silvery white woolly foliage and a mass of pure white flowers when in bloom.
Good choices include the pure white Cosmos 'Purity', Digitalis purpurea 'Alba', the white foxglove, and Cerastium Tomentosum 'Silver Carpet' (snow-in-summer), a vigorous matforming perennial which produces silvery white woolly foliage and a mass of pure white flowers when in bloom.
Agrostemma githago, Cerastium arvense, Cerastium holosteoides, Scleranthus annuus, Silene vulgaris, Stellaria graminea, Stellaria media and Spergula arvensis to the pink family (Caryophyllaceae) as use of phase contrast microscopy would be necessary for identification of the mentioned species.
Invasive Scotch broom Cytisus scoparius Invasive Scotch thistle Onopordum acanthium Invasive Spotted knapweed Centaurea maculosa Invasive and noxious Tree of heaven Ailanthus altissima Invasive Yellow star-thistle Centaurea solstitialis Invasive Yellow toadflax Linaria vulgaris Invasive TABLE 10-2 Seed Longevity of Some Weed Seeds NUMBER OF NAME SPECIES YEARS VIABLE Annual bluegrass Poa annua 100 Chickweed Cerastium spp.
Compaheras Berberis hispanica + + 1 1 Juniperus hemisphaerica * 1 1 1 Cerastium boissieri * + 1 + Festuca hystris * + * + Ononis aragonensis * 1 * 2 Helianthemum apenninum * * 1 1 Dianthus brachyanthus * * + + Asphodelus albus, Helictotrichon filifblium, Festuca scariosa, Khamnus myrtifolius, Sisymbrium hispanicus, Geranium lucidum, Scabiosa turolensis, Dactylis hispanica, Sedum acre, Poa bulbosa var.
He took special pleasure in the Cerastium aquaticum, which he pressed into the book he was carrying (10).
As the Promeneur begins to name the rare flowering plants that he discovers along his path, he highlights in particular a specimen of cerastium aquaticum, which, he notes parenthetically, he managed to retain in spite of his accident by safely tucking it away in a book he was carrying.
2]) 126 49 Seed germination 121 98 (counts/tray) Cerastium chickweed (counts/tray) 9a 0b History Cropping Probability (A) (including potatoes) with more rigorous and deeper tillage Microbial biomass C 139b 0.
This vegetation is characterized by a rich contingent of nitrophilous species, including Anisantha madritensis, Anagallis arvensis, Brassica fruticulosa, Catapodium rigidum, Cerastium pumilum, Dittrichia viscosa, Erodium malacoides, Glebionis coronaria, Galactites elegans, Hordeum leporinum, Lolium rigidum, Melilotus italicus, Mercuriales annua, Plantago lagopus, Polycarpon dyphyllum, Sonchus oleraceus, Trachynia distachya, Trifolium scabrum, Urospermum picroides, Valantia muralis, Vulpia geniculata, V.
However, Kramberger and Klemen (2003) found that Cerastium holosteoides grass harvested in summer contained significantly higher NDF and ADF values as compared to those grasses harvested in spring.
Algunas hierbas frecuentes fueron: Raimundochloa trachyantha (Poaceae), Veronica persica (Plantaginaceae), Astrephia chaerophylloides (Caprifoliaceae), Calceolaria pinnata (Calceolariaceae), Stellaria media, Cerastium glomeratum (Caryophyllaceae) y Emex spinosa (Polygonaceae), esta ultima es una especie invasora exotica facilmente reconocible por sus frutos trigonos espinescentes.
Supplied as 6cm root balls, our collection of 30 consists of three each of 10 named varieties, such as campanula, aster, sedum and cerastium (above) for just pounds 19.
Random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) markers reveal less genetic variation in the endangered plant Cerastium fischerianum var.