calceolaria


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Synonyms for calceolaria

any garden plant of the genus Calceolaria having flowers with large inflated slipper-shaped lower lip

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El genero Calceolaria (Calceolariaceae) en el departamento de Lima-Peru.
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(55) In 1849 the Preston Chronicle and Lancashire Advertiser reported a calceolaria called 'Black Joke' winning third prize in its class at a flower show in Blackburn.
Other plants that will provide festive cheer but do need cool conditions include cineraria and calceolaria, although you can place them in shady corners to brighten the scene temporarily, as these will be the plants that you'll throw away once they've finished flowering, unlike some of the longer-term houseplants.
Other plants which will provide some festive cheer but do need cool conditions include cineraria and calceolaria, although you can place them in shady corners to brighten the scene temporarily, as these will be the plants that you'll throw away once they've finished flowering, unlike some of the longer-term houseplants.
Such movements may either be autonomous (herkogamy by differential elongation of stamens and styles; Webb & Lloyd, 1986; or curvature by flexistyly; Li et al., 2001; or inversostyly; Pauw, 2005) or they may be mediated by pollinators (movement of anthers in Salvia; Classen-Bockhoff et al., 2004; Calceolaria; Vogel, 1974; or Roscoea, Troll, 1929).
Cineraria and calceolaria also prefer cool conditions such as an enclosed porch.
Gillett Imbuzeiro Spondias tuberosa Arruda Anacardiaceae Ipecacoanha Hybanthus calceolaria Violaceae (L.) Schulza-Menz jenipapo-bravo Tocoyena formosa Rubiaceae (Cham.