Synonyms for elatum or Related words with elatum
Examples of "elatum"
" is native to the Mexican Sierra Madre Oriental, from Nuevo Léon and Tamaulipas to Chiapas. "V.
" inhabits mesic pine-oak forests above 1000 meters (3300 feet).
is a species of orchid in the genus "Bulbophyllum".
The blue mahoe, Talipariti
, is a species of flowering tree in the mallow family, Malvaceae.
" grows as a semi-evergreen, multi-stemmed shrub or small tree.
is a species of flowering plant in the Apiaceae family.
The specific epithet (
) is derived the Latin word "elatus", "lofty".
is a species of woody plant in the family Adoxaceae (previously Caprifoliaceae). It is endemic to eastern Mexico.
, commonly known as the white paper daisy or tall everlasting, is a perennial herbaceous shrub in the family Asteraceae found in open forests in eastern Australia. A woody shrub tall, it has white flowers which appear in spring. It was known as "Helichrysum
" for many years until it was finally reviewed in 2008.
is a species of "Delphinium" known by the common name alpine delphinium or candle larkspur. There are several popular cultivars covering a range of colours from blue and purple to pink, cream, and white, which are grown as ornamental plants. "D.
" is also a source of hybrids.
" is a highly regarded and underutilised garden plant, producing abundant flowers and growing quickly. It is frost hardy and grows in full or part sun. It can be propagated from seed, or by cuttings, although these are susceptible to rotting. One cultivar, "Coronidium
" 'Sunny Side Up', has been released commercially.
" is related to the nannyberry and blackhaw viburnums of eastern North America, including "V. cassinoides", "V. lentago", "V. nudum", "V. obovatum", "V. prunifolium", and "V. rufidulum".
Though the most geographically widespread species of "Viburnum" in Mexico, "V.
" is considered rare, and is listed as conservation dependent by the IUCN.
is a species of conifer in the Podocarpaceae family. It is found in Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam.
Seven C19-norditerpenoid alkaloids, N-formyl-4,19-secopacinine, iminoisodelpheline, iminodelpheline, iminopaciline, 6-dehydroeladine, elpacidine, and melpheline, can been isolated from Delphinium
The generic name originated in Latin, where it referred to "V. lantana". The specific epithet "
" is derived from Latin "elatus", meaning "elevated".
Most delphinium hybrids and cultivars are derived from "D.
". Hybridisation was developed in the 19th-century, led by Victor Lemoine in France. Other hybrid crosses have included "D. bruninianum", "D. cardinale", "D. cheilanthum", and "D. formosum".
There are extensive gardens, with a celebrated rhododendron walk and six national plant collections: Aster novi-belgii (Michaelmas daisies), Phlox paniculata, Delphinium
(Cultivars), Solenostemon scutellarioides (sys. Coleus blumei), Primula auricula and Chrysanthemum (Charm and Cascade cultivars).
is a species of moss in the family Archidiaceae. It is native to New Zealand, where it occurs on the North Island and Chatham Island, and Australia, where it can be found in Queensland and New South Wales.
Chaetomium rectangulare is a fungus species in the Chaetomium genus, first isolated from Iran. It shares features such as peridium structure, ascospore morphology and germ pore position with its cogenerates. It is closely related to "C.
, common name's the giant egg cockle, giant Pacific cockle and the yellow cardinal cockle is a species of saltwater clam, a cockle, a marine bivalve mollusc in the family Cardiidae, the cockles. This species is found in the tropical Panamic Province, from Southern California south through the Pacific coast of Mexico and the Gulf of California, and as far south as Panama.
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