Thunbergia


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Annual phlox, cineraria, angelonia, torenia, thunbergia, and portulaca are grown mostly in greenhouses as ornamental plants, while perennial phlox and nandina with vegetative reproduction are cultivated in open ground.
Effect of Thunbergia laurifolia, a Thai natural product used to treat drug addiction, on cerebral activity detected by functional magnetic resonance imaging in the rat.
Fast and reliable detection of toxic Crotalaria spectabilis Roth, in Thunbergia laurifolia Lindl.
Studies on the rooting and the consequent plant growth on the stem cuttings of Thunbergia grandiflora, (Roxb ex Rottl.) Roxb: 1- Effect of different planting dates.
Magnoliophythas registradas en la RFIEC Familia Especie Acanthaceae Justicia chlorostachya Leonard Thunbergia aiata Bojer ex Sims Trichantera gigantea (Humb.
y Thunbergia alata tal vez no deben ser erradicadas del campus, pero si deben ser manejadas porque se ha observado que tienen facilidad para incrementar en el campus sus poblaciones mas alla de los niveles deseables.
De igual forma, en algunos patios hay "enredaderas" que trepan por las columnas de los corredores, como el telefono (Epipremnum sp.) y el ojo de canario (Thunbergia sp.), que con sus flores amarillas alegra las pilastras.
For instance, Thunbergia grandiflora was used by the TMPs for conjunctivitis.
Try morning glory, mina lobata, climbing nasturtiums or Thunbergia alata, black-eyed Susan.
Shrub Acanthaceae Thumbergia holstii Herb Acanthaceae Thunbergia alata Sims Herb Asteraceae Tridax procumbens Herb Tiliaceae Triumfetta tomenosa Boj.
La planta trepadora thunbergia fue utilizada para cubrir el alto paredon del fondo del jardin.
(anturio) Tetranychus ludeni Thunbergia alata Bojer ex Sims Cucumis melo L.
Annual climbers like Black Eyed Susie (thunbergia), Morning Glory (ipomoea), and Sweet Peas (lathyrus) also introduce height into borders growing through obelisks, twigs or even other plants.
Tubs and troughs of vivid, vibrant nasturtiums can also provide late summer interest, in shades of reds, oranges and yellows, while black-eyed Susan, or thunbergia, will twine itself up trellis or tumble over hanging baskets in a sunny, sheltered spot until October.