Sisyrinchium


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Related to Sisyrinchium: Xanthorhiza simplicissima
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H x x x ex C.Presl) Goldblatt Iridaceae Sisyrinchium brevipes H x x NR Baker Juncaceae Luzula racemosa Desv.
Postdispersal seed predation on Sisyrinchium arenarium (Iridaccae) at two elevations in the central Chilean Andes.
Sin embargo, de acuerdo a las medias la mayor diversidad se encuentra a los 4050 msnm, con un indice de 2.33, tal vez debido a que en esta altitud se da la presencia de especies como Zephyrantes sp., Alstromeria pigmaea, Echinopsis maximiliana, Sisyrinchium chilensis, Oxalis oreocharis y otras que por su numero de individuos y limitada distribucion pudieron influir en la diversidad.
Other good specimens planted in swathes include Sisyrinchium striatum Aunt May, an upright plant with spiky leaves and creamy flowers, while sword-like yucca leaves and phormiums offer architectural interest as single specimens or in small groups.
Other good specimens planted in swathes include Sisyrinchium striatum 'Aunt May', an upright plant with spiky leaves and creamy flowers, while the sword-like leaves of yuccas and phormiums provide architectural interest planted as single specimens or in small groups.
Other good specimens planted in swathes include Sisyrinchium striatum "Aunt May", an upright plant with spiky leaves and creamy flowers, while the sword-like leaves of yuccas and phormiums provide architectural interest as single specimens or in small groups.
Other good specimens planted in swathes include Sisyrinchium striatum Aunt May, an upright plant with spiky leaves and creamy flowers, while the sword-like leaves of yuccas and phormiums provide architectural interest planted as single specimens or in small groups.
Winter Summer Winter Plants (2005-2006) (2006) (2006-2007) Forbs Allium x Ambrosia x x Cirsium x x x Dalea x x Desmodium x Galium x Helianthus x x x Kummerowia stipulacea x Lespedeza capitata x x Lespedeza cuneata x Melilotus x Phyla x x x Psoralea x Rudbeckia x Sisyrinchium x Solidago x x x Verbena x x Woody plants Amorpha x x Ceanothus (leaf) x Cornus x x Rhus (leaf) x x x Rosa (leaf) x Rosa (stem) x x Rubus (leaf) x Salix (stem) x x Symphoricarpos (leaf) x x Celtis (leaf) x x x Gleditsia (stem) x x Morus (leaf) x x Populus (stem) x Quercus (leaf) x x Grasses Agrostis x Alopecurus x Andropogon x x Bouteloua x Bromus x x x Elymus x x Panicum x x Poa x x Schizachyrium x Sorghastrum x x Sporobolus x
1 IRIDACEAE (Iris Family) Sisyrinchium montanum Greene X JUGLANDACEAE (Walnut Family) Juglans nigra L.
Among the most common local endemics are a diverse array of distinctive perennials including Artemisia sieberi, Astragalus fasciculifolius, Centaurea wendelboi, Dianthus crinitus, Gladiolus italicus, Ixiolirion tataricum, Jurenia berardioides, Lactuca orientalis, Leopoldia longipes, Moraea sisyrinchium and Prunus arabica, along with a few annuals such as Helianthemum salicifolium and Hippocrepis unisiliquosa.
obtusa), Philadelphia Panic Grass (Panicum philaddphicum) and Narrow-Leaf Blue-Eyed-Grass (Sisyrinchium angustifolium).