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Synonyms for Tropaeolum

a tropical American genus of dicotyledonous climbing or diffuse pungent herbs constituting the family Tropaeolaceae

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Especies invasoras historicas detectadas: Agave americana, Anredera cordifolia, Aptenia cordifolia, Argemone mexicana, Cardiospermum grandiflorum, Carpobrotus edulis, Lantana camara, Mirabilis jalapa, Nicotiana glauca, Opuntia dillenii, Opuntia maxima, Pelargonium inquinans, Pennisetum setaceum, Ricinus communis, Tropaeolum majus.
"alfar macho" y/o "trebol macho", Lolium multiflorum Lamarck "balligo", Alonsoa meridionalis Druce "ricachekuq wayta" o "monte monderejo" y Tropaeolum minus L.
Como en el caso de Villa Maria, donde se registro la presencia de Tropaeolum majus (Tropaelolaceae), una planta, con variados usos (ornamental, medicinal y alimenticio), que al encontrar condiciones optimas para su desarrollo, viene expandiendo su distribucion a lo largo de la loma.
There is a hazel tunnel which dances with light and a yew hedge through which the spectacular red tropaeolum speciosum bursts into flower living up to its flame thrower name.
HOME TRUTHS John Humphries One of the most stunning plants I have ever grown is the Flame Creeper (Tropaeolum speciosum) which, if allowed to scramble through an evergreen hedge creates a wall of vivid red.
Un o'r planhigion sy'n ei flodau yn yr ardd ydi'r capan cornicyll (chwith) - "Nasturtium" yn Saesneg (Tropaeolum majus).
INCI name: Water, glycerin, alcohol, lecithin, epilobium angustifolium extract, tropaeolum majus plant extract, terminalia chebula extract, algae extract, guar hydroxypropyltrimonium chloride, tocopheryl acetate, phenoxyethanole
Tropaeolum speciosum - ``flame creeper" is a vivid red climber from the nasturtium family which is generally hardy, and can enliven even the dullest conifer.
Nasturtium (Tropaeolum majus)--the best known of the edible flowers.
Tropaeolum is actually from the same family as good old common nasturtiums, but is as classy and picky as they are cheap and cheerful.
The differences in relative growth rates of lobes and sinus during leaf development and cell size in the mature leaves are possibly responsible for the variation in leaf morphology within Tropaeolum (Tropaeolaceae), from acutely lobed, to roundly lobed, to orbicular (Whaley & Whaley, 1942).
The red, a vivid, fiery vermilion, is provided by the flame creeper Tropaeolum speciosum, a relative of the nasturtium and canary creeper from Chile.