Synonyms for longiflora or Related words with longiflora

corymbosa              sessiliflora              glabrescens              randia              pauciflora              auriculata              thyrsiflora              serratum              micrantha              divaricata              laxiflora              gnaphalium              velutina              pedicellata              laurifolia              hispidula              latifolium              lanceolatum              saprosma              campanulata              speciosum              sericea              multifida              oblongifolia              triflora              limnophila              lancifolia              squarrosa              microcephala              stricta              nudicaulis              radlk              allophylus              cocculus              berteroana              ramosissima              microphylla              hyparrhenia              bracteata              laurifolius              lindleyi              barleria              pruinosa              salicifolia              paniculatum              mikania              alseodaphne              chamaesyce              chaerophyllum              uliginosa             

Examples of "longiflora"
Ipomopsis longiflora (common name flaxflowered gilia or flaxflowered ipomopsis) is a plant. The Zuni people use the dried, powdered flowers and water of "I. longiflora" subsp. "longiflora" to create a poultice to remove hair on newborns and children.
"Geissomeria longiflora" is cited in the following research articles:
The larvae feed on various grasses, including "Microlaena stipoides", "Ehrharta calycina" and "Ehrharta longiflora".
Achimenes longiflora has many common names including Cupid's bow, nut-orchid, and magic flower.
Vangueriopsis longiflora is a species of flowering plants in the Rubiaceae family. It is endemic to Tanzania.
Luzula longiflora is a flowering plant in the rush family. The specific epithet refers to the relatively long floral perianth.
Anguina australis is a plant pathogenic nematode, who is a vector for "Rathayibacter toxicus" in "Ehrharta longiflora".
Shorea longiflora is a species of tropical lowland rainforest tree in the Dipterocarpaceae family. It is endemic to Borneo.
Pimelea longiflora is a species of small shrub in the family Thymelaeaceae. It is native to Western Australia.
Cyanea longiflora (formerly "Rollandia longiflora") is a rare species of flowering plant in the bellflower family known by the common name ridge rollandia. It is endemic to Oahu where there are only three remaining occurrences in the northern Waianae Mountains for a total of under 300 individuals. It is a federally listed endangered species. Like other "Cyanea" it is known as haha in Hawaiian.
Epacris longiflora, commonly known as the fuchsia heath, is a plant, typically found in Australian belonging to the heath family whose native range extends from the central coast of New South Wales to southern Queensland. The long tubular flowers give it the name "longiflora" and are present most of the year.
"Epacris longiflora" was first formally described by Antonio José Cavanilles in 1797 and the description was published in "Icones et descriptiones plantarum". The specific epithet ("longiflora") is derived from the Latin words "longus" meaning "long" or "extended" and "flos" meaning "flower". One vernacular name is cigarette flower, from the pattern on the flower.
Mertensia longiflora is a species of flowering plant in the borage family known by the common names small bluebells and long bluebells.
Melica longiflora is a grass species in the Poaceae family that is endemic to Chile where it can be found from Coquimbo to Talca.
Guettarda longiflora is a species of plant in the Rubiaceae family. It is endemic to Jamaica. It is threatened by habitat loss.
Horsfieldia longiflora is a threatened species of plant in the Myristicaceae family. It is endemic to Vietnam. The species appears to be restricted to submontane evergreen forest.
Along with other members of the genus, "Epacris longiflora" initially proved difficult to grow and maintain on original soil in the Australian National Botanic Gardens in Canberra.
Brazil. The species "Hindsia longiflora" and "H. violacea" were used to separate the genus from "Rondeletia". The genus was named in honour of Richard Brinsley Hinds.
Vangueriopsis shimbaensis is a species of flowering plants in the Rubiaceae family. It is endemic to Kenya. It is morphologically related to "Vangueriopsis longiflora" from Tanzania.
"E. actinophylla" is cheiropterophilous (bat-pollinated). "E. longiflora" has the long, narrow corolla tube that is typical of hawkmoth-pollinated flowers.