Synonyms for atropurpurea or Related words with atropurpurea

oblongifolia              incana              cuneifolia              stricta              auriculata              bracteata              caesia              spathulata              speciosum              filifolia              fastigiata              ellipticum              ciliata              horrida              laxiflora              campanulata              ferruginea              lepidota              subulata              hirtella              glabrescens              calcarata              congesta              gracillima              pedicellata              multifida              pedunculata              mucronata              parvifolium              spinescens              hookeri              sessiliflora              arbuscula              labill              connata              erubescens              debilis              plumosa              latifolius              calycina              ciliatum              setigera              amoenum              vestita              deflexa              pulvinata              filipes              peduncularis              colorata              symphoricarpos             



Examples of "atropurpurea"
'Leat' ("Iris atropurpurea" X "I. hermona") X ("I. atropurpurea" x "I. hermona",
It has various crosses including; 'Aviv' ("I. atropurpurea" x "I. hermona") X ("I. atropurpurea" x "I. hermona"),
"Bangia atropurpurea" (Maertens ex Roth) C.Agardh.
The elm cultivar Ulmus 'Atropurpurea' was raised from seed at the Späth nursery in Berlin, Germany, circa 1881 as "Ulmus montana atropurpurea". At Kew it was renamed "U. glabra" 'Atropurpurea', but Späth used "U. montana" both for wych elm and for "U." × "hollandica" hybrids, so his name does not necessarily imply a wych elm cultivar. 'Atropurpurea' was later classed as a cultivar by Boom in "Nederlandse Dendrologie" 1: 157, 1959. Photographs of an "U. glabra" 'Atropurpurea' hedge at Wakehurst Place, England, though they show untypical 'coppice' leaves, appear to confirm that Späth's cultivar was synonymous with 'Purpurea', sometimes called "U. × hollandica" 'Purpurascens'.
'Tameer' ("I. atropurpurea" X "I. hermona") X "I. hermona"),
Henry described "Atropurpurea" as having dark purple, folded leaves.
Philbertia atropurpurea is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Turridae.
It has various cultivars such as 'Atropurpurea Gileadensis', 'Hauranensis', 'Jordana' and 'Loessicola'.
Some dark forms of "Iris pumila" and "Iris germanica" were mistaken called "Iris atropurpurea".
Centaurea atropurpurea is a species of Centaurea found in Romania and the Balkan Peninsula.
Vriesea atropurpurea is a species in the genus "Vriesea". This species is native to Brazil.
Several other cultivars have been bred, such as 'Atropurpurea Eggeri' and 'Rachel'.
The Latin specific epithet "atropurpurea" refers to 'atro-purpureus' meaning dark purple coloured.
Mormodes atropurpurea is a species of orchid native to Panama, Venezuela, and Brazil.
Raphitoma atropurpurea is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Raphitomidae.
Bifrenaria atropurpurea is a species of orchid and the type species of the genus "Bifrenaria".
The provincial flower is the Golden Shower Tree ("Cassia fistula"), and the provincial tree is "Millettia atropurpurea".
The larvae feed on "Cicuta maculata", "Angelica atropurpurea", and "Sium suave". They bore in the stems of their host plant.
The purple-leaved form "B. thunbergii" f. "atropurpurea" has produced numerous cultivars, of which the following have gained the award:-
Compacta, Folgate, Dwarf Blue, Dwarf White, Hidcote Pink, Hidcote Superior, Munstead, Nana Atropurpurea, Nana Rosea, Sarah, Summerland Surpreme, Lady Lavender