Cheiranthus


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Related to Cheiranthus: Cheiranthus cheiri, Erysimum cheiri
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In addition to the vasicentric scanty parenchyma mentioned in the preceding paragraph, paatracheal sheaths more than one cell in thickness have been observed in Cheiranthus, Crambe, Descurainia, Lepidium, Sinapidendron, and Stanleya.
harra by Hashem and Saleh (1999), and from the genera Brassica, Cheiranthus, Farsetia, Hesperis, Iberis, Matthiola and Vesicaria.
I must have been momentarily fazed by all the excitement of finding a solitary Erysimum 'Bowles Yellow' - a relative of the better-known hardy wallflower Cheiranthus 'Bowles Mauve' - among an otherwise banal assortment of herbaceous perennials.
Botanically, they are now Erysimum , a term of obscure origin, but their former name, Cheiranthus, translated from Greek as hand-flower, is thought to refer to their popularity - long before the 20th century - as posies carried in the hand where their sweet scent could be appreciated.
Cryptic self-incompatibility in the wallflower: Cheiranthus cheiri L.
They will send you one packet each of Nicotiana sylvestris, Sweet Pea Fragrantissima, Laurentia "Blue Stars" and Nemesia cheiranthus "Shooting Stars" for pounds 3.
Botanically, they are now Erysimum, a term of obscure origin, but their former name, Cheiranthus, translated from Greek as hand-flower, is thought to refer to their popularity ( long before the 20th Century ( as posies carried in the hand where their sweet scent could be appreciated.
The taxonomists have now put cheiranthus and erysimum in the same genus and so they are all called erysimum nowadays.