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Synonyms for Cortaderia

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Very recently we have highlighted the existence of sedge-grass bogs in the SVald territory with the collection of 40 releves from the region of Aysen, which we have named "community of Cortaderia pilosa and Schoenus andinus" with mean species richness of 14 species per releve (Ramirez et al.
ulmifolius, Picris hieracioides, Cortaderia selloana, Geranium robertianum, Violariviviana, Acaciamelanoxylon, Salix atrocinerea, Fragaria vesca y Hedera hibernica, 03-IV-2017, X.
It will do well in a pot and would look really well with the Cortaderia.
Herbaceous cover did not differ significantly between 1999 and 2008 and was almost entirely comprised of nonnative species such as pampas grass Cortaderia selloana, Italian plumegrass thistle Carduus pycnocephalus, and umbrella grass Cyperus involucratus.
In particular, Cortaderia selloana 'Aureolineata' stands out as a superb example, with its very long yellow-margined leaves that move gracefully, even in the gentlest of breezes.
Umbels Teasel Clematis Allium Sea holly Frost-covered grasses and seedheads of perennials - including pennisetum, verbena bonariensis, miscanthus and cortaderia - on show at Knoll Gardens in Dorset
On the contrary, avoiders of urbanized environments are Solanum chacoense, Cenchrus pauciflorus, Cortaderia selloana and Acryrocline satureoides, which grew as plants common for open dunes at the 10 km-stations.
En segundo lugar, <Sivingani> (Mizque) se interpreta como '(lugar) con sitio circulante' (223), cuando una base ya lexicalizada, el nombre de la planta siwinqa 'cortadera' (probablemente, Cortaderia Stapfl.
Comprende algunas especies como Hypericum junipericum Kunth, Hypericum laricifolium Juss, Lachemilla mutisi Roth, Hypoacheris sessiliflora Kunth, Cortaderia nitida (Kung) Pilg.
N H * * 52 Cortaderia selloana N GH * * 53 Echinodorus argentinensis N H * * Rataj.
Stipa, Pitocmaetium, Aristida, Melisa, Brisa, and Bromus), and the emergent marsh plant, Cortaderia selloana (Schult.
Cortaderia nitida: ideal para la construccion de pequenos microclimas y la proteccion y formacion de pequenos enclaves de suelo en regeneracion.