Synonyms for linifolia or Related words with linifolia

parviflorus              wahlenbergia              chrysantha              stricta              oppositifolia              oblongifolia              chamaesyce              glabrescens              incana              heliotropium              laxiflora              cernua              multifida              latifolium              tenuifolium              sessiliflora              uliginosa              atropurpurea              randia              parvifolium              grewia              auriculata              rotundifolium              bracteata              monantha              symphoricarpos              filipes              torulosa              peduncularis              herbacea              filifolia              dodonaea              floribundum              serpyllifolia              gnaphalium              microphylla              lanatum              paniculatum              involucrata              tylophora              ellipticum              micrantha              caffra              latifolius              spathulata              pedunculata              verticillata              caespitosum              sericea              uniflora             

Examples of "linifolia"
The Latin specific epithet "linifolia" means "with leaves like flax" ("Linum").
The larvae feed on "Teline linifolia". They probably mine the leaves of their host plant.
Iberis linifolia is a herbaceous annual flowering plant of the genus "Iberis" and the family Brassicaceae.
Acacia linifolia, known colloquially as white wattle, is a species of "Acacia" native to eastern Australia.
The larvae feed on "Coronilla" species and "Teline linifolia". They mine the leaves of their host plant.
For a general description of the taxonomic and nomenclature confusion, see "Paghat's Garden", especially for the relationship between "T. linifolia" and "T. batalinii", and also "Pacific Bulb Society". "T. linifolia" is often referred to in horticulture as 'Batalinii Group'. and also in some databases such as the USDA.
"Iberis linifolia" grows to in height. It has very narrow leaves and pinkish flowers, about 9 mm wide. The flowering period extends from July to September.
The host plants are "Isomeris arborea", "Stanleya pinnata", "Brassica nigra", "Descurainia pinnata", "Sisymbrium altissimum", "Lepidium perfoliatum", "Brassica nigra", "Schoenocrambe linifolia", "Thelypodium sagittatum", and "Thelypodium laciniatum".
Among the new flora should be noted Centaurea cineraria veneris, Iberis umbellata var. linifolia, exclusive in Palmaria, Centaurea aplolepa lunensis, endemic in eastern Liguria.
Tagetes linifolia is a North American species wild marigolds within the daisy family (Asteraceae). It is native to the States of Tlaxcala, Veracruz, Oaxaca, and Puebla in Mexico.
Wahlenbergia linifolia (also called Large Bellflower) is a species of plant in the Campanulaceae family. It is endemic to Saint Helena. Its natural habitat is rocky areas. It is threatened by habitat loss.
Genista linifolia is a species of broom known by the common names Mediterranean broom, needle-leaved broom and flax broom. It is native to southwestern Europe, North Africa, and the Canary Islands.
Pimelea linifolia is an Australian shrub, variously known as queen-of-the-bush and the slender or flax-leafed riceflower. It is widespread throughout the south and east of the continent and is toxic to livestock.
"Tagetes linifolia" is an hairless herb about 30 cm (12 inches) tall. Leaves are pinnately compound with 7-11 leaflets. The plant produces one flower head per branch, each head with 5 yellow ray florets and 25-30 disc florets.
The larvae feed on "Acacia" species, including "Acacia longifolia" and "Acacia linifolia". They bore in the stem of their host plant, tying cut phyllodes at the entrance to the bore.
Pendhā (or pindia) was an intoxicating beverage made by the Pindari community of mercenaries in central India in the 18th and 19th centuries, and possibly the etymological origin or the group's name. The drink was said to have been made by fermenting sorghum ("jowār"), or possible "Indigofera linifolia" ("pandhi", "pandheri pati").
Omphalodes linifolia, also known as Venus's navelwort, white-flower navelwort and petite bourrache, is an annual species of flowering plant native to Africa and Southwestern Europe, in dry open areas in full sun. The plant is small, growing to tall by wide, with blue-green foliage and tiny white or off-white flowers in Spring and Summer.
Pectis linifolia (romero macho) is a summer blooming annual plant and genus of "Pectis". It is widespread throughout Mexico, Central America, South America and the West Indies. In the mainland United States, it has been reported only from Arizona and Florida.
The areas of transition between the forest and river hold shrubs and small vines that include "Artemisia artemisiifolia", "Ipomoea carnea", "Polygonum punctatusm", "Justicia obtusifolia", "Alternanthera philoxeroides", "Capironia fistulosa", "Sesbania exasperata", "Mimosa pigra", "Montrichardia linifolia", "Clamatis aculeata", "Senna reticulata", "Phaseolus lineatus", "Rhabdadenia macrostoma" and "Clitonia triquetum".
"Asterion" in the herbal of Dioscurides, is "Silene linifolia". Of this herb, found near the Heraion of the Argolid, Pausanias noted "On its banks grows a plant, which also is called asterion. They offer the plant itself to Hera, and from its leaves weave her garlands."