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apiaceae unknown

Listing 11 - 15 from 15 for apiaceae unknown

February 2006
... growing, tropical shrub of unknown hardiness native to Africa Marvelous lemon flavor is useful in cooking AN UNDERUTILIZED ANNUAL TO GROW DURING AUSTIN WINTERS Anthriscus cerefolium Chervil, Family Apiaceae Annual, cool weather ...
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Clitoria ternatea - Butterfly Pea - Fabaceae
... blooms in only 6 weeks from seed. Even though its origins are unknown, it is probably native to Asia according to Hortus. Blooming Time: ... = Select by Family Name = Acanthaceae Aizoaceae Agavaceae Alliaceae Amaryllidaceae Anacardiaceae Anthericaceae Apiaceae (=Umbelliferae) Apocynaceae Araceae Araliaceae Araucariaceae Arecaceae (=Palmaceae) Aristolochiaceae Asclepiadaceae Asteraceae Balsaminaceae ...
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Royal Horticultural Society - RHS Plant Finder: The Naming of Plants
... at first to be of only academic interest, knowledge of the family to which an unknown plant belongs is the springboard to identifying it, and for the gardener, it can ... families based on well-known sub-families: Caesalpiniaceae, Mimosaceae and Papilionaceae), Palmae (Arecaceae) and Umbelliferae (Apiaceae). Also, the traditionally large family Liliaceae is split into a number of smaller, more natural ...
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Plant Families
... of showing off! For a start, it can help identify a new plant. If your unknown plant has the characteristics of a particular Family, then you can narrow the search to ... seed leaves. There's a brief introduction to some of the main Plant Families here: Apiaceae (formerly Umbelliferae) - Celery or Carrot Family Apocynaceae - Periwinkle Family Asteraceae (formerly Compositae) - Daisy Family Bignoniaceae ...
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Native Plant Information Network: Image Gallery
... (Amaranth Family) Anacardiaceae (Sumac Family) Anemiaceae (Flowering Fern Family) Annonaceae (Custard-Apple Family) Apiaceae (Carrot Family) Apocynaceae (Dogbane Family) Aponogetonaceae (Cape-Pondweed Family) Aquifoliaceae (Holly Family) ... Albert F. W., Jr. Watkins, Mariann Weatherbie, Alden Wells, John R. Weyand, Phyllis Unknown Select by Image Category Flower(s) Flower Bud(s) Cone(s) Fruit( ...
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