Hesperis matronalis


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Synonyms for Hesperis matronalis

long cultivated herb having flowers whose scent is more pronounced in the evening

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Asynchronous rhythms in the emission of volatiles from Hesperis matronalis flowers.
Our overall objective was to determine the effects of established native plants, and nitrogen and water availability on the growth of Hesperis matronalis in a foothill grassland community.
We determined the effects of the addition of resources and presence or absence of neighbors on Hesperis matronalis growth in the field.
We investigated the effects of plant density on reproductive success for two insect-pollinated plant species--the native North American wildflower Penstemon digitalis (Foxglove-leaved Penstemon), and the showy introduced weed Hesperis matronalis (Dame's Rocket).
NOW is the time you can notice sweet rocket, Hesperis matronalis, all over the place.
In this study, we examined effects of the exotic invasive species Hesperis matronalis (dame's rocket) on a plant community it has invaded.
TURNING SOUR Sweet rocket, Hesperis matronalis, inset, which has finished flowering can look a bit unhappy and spoil the fresh look that other early flowers give.
Hesperis matronalis, which is fondly referred to as sweet rocket or dame's violet, referring to its fragrance
Carol with one of her favourite vegetables - runner beans - at Glebe Cottage | Hesperis matronalis, which is fondly referred to as sweet rocket or dame's violet, referring to its fragrance
A cyclamen, above | Hesperis matronalis, which is fondly referred to as sweet rocket or dame's violet, referring to its fragrance
Hesperis matronalis, which is fondly referred to as sweet rocket or dame's violet, referring to its fragrance | Carol with one of her favourite vegetables - runner beans - at Glebe Cottage
TURNING SOUR: Sweet rocket, Hesperis matronalis, which has finished flowering can look a bit unhappy and spoil the fresh look that other early flowers give.
The herbaceous layer is rich in forbs, including Agrimonia parviflora, Eupatorium perfoliatum, Floerkea proserpinacoides, Galium aparine, Hesperis matronalis, Impatiens capensis, Laportea canadensis, Lysimachia ciliata, L.
Schwedleri, Alnus glutinosa, Asparagus officinalis, Berberis thunbergii, Betula nigra, Campanula rapunculoides, Chaenomeles speciosa, Chelidonium majus, Convallaria majalis, Euonymus fortunei, Hesperis matronalis, Iris germanica, Lespedeza bicolor, Lonicera tatarica, Narcissus poeticus, N.