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bristle grasses

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Floridata: Setaria palmifolia
... Tulip Topper wildflower seeds with every bulb order. Setaria palmifolia Common Names: palm grass, bristle grass Family: Poaceae/Gramineae (grass family) Get link to Profile# 816 (click for ... Features The genus Setaria (usually called bristle grasses) includes about a hundred species, many of which are pernicious weeds in agricultural fields. The ornamental bristle grasses are grown for their showy ...
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Laboratory Exercises in Plant Pathology - Identification of Powdery Mildew Fungi
... Oidium Uncinula trees and shrubs Blumeriae Blumeria Oidium Blumeria/Erysiphe grasses Golovinomyceteae Golovinomyces Oidium Erysiphe section Golovinomyces cucurbits and composites Cystotheceae ... singly Mycelium partially endophytic Chasmothecium contains several asci Appendages straight, bristle-like, with bulb-like base……….…...…..…….…..…..........Phyllactinia (A) Appendages simple, hypha-like ...
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untitled Index AW AWL-SHAPED: Tapering from the base to a slender and stiff point. AWN: A sharp point or bristle, commonly found on grass seed and flower heads; the bristle-shaped terminal appendage, such as the beard of barley, wheat and many grasses. Return to the HOME PAGE.
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... , tuft, or covering of spreading hairs. 2. The awn or bristle-like appendage upon the chaff of grain and other grasses. BED: An area within a garden or lawn in which plants ...
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glossary A
... an organ in the direction of the apex. Aristate Provided with a short awn or bristle from the apex, edge or back of an organ. Aromatic Having an odor, fragrant or ... appendage or flange of tissue at the junction of the blade and sheath in some grasses. Holds the open sheath to the culm. Autumnal Growth form for late summer and fall ...
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glossary A
... an organ in the direction of the apex. Aristate Provided with a short awn or bristle from the apex, edge or back of an organ. Aromatic Having an odor, fragrant or ... appendage or flange of tissue at the junction of the blade and sheath in some grasses. Holds the open sheath to the culm. Autumnal Growth form for late summer and fall ...
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Alphabetical House Plant Listing - Denver Plants.com
... Plants Interior Plantscaping Potted Bulbs Floral Cut Flowers Exterior Plants Annuals - Biennials Ferns & Grasses Herbs Perennials Vines & Climbers Wildflowers Gardening High Altitude Vegetable Gardening Water Gardening Lawns ~ ... Imperial Green Imperial Red Micans Moon Light Painted Princess Prince of Orange Red Bristle Red Emerald Selloum Swiss Cheese Xanadu Pygmy Date Palm Pink Splash Podocarpus ...
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Backyard Wildlife Habitats
... without danger of falling in and drowning. Cover: Trees, shrubs, grasses, and flowering plants provide shelter or cover for wildlife, as ... a variety of trees, shrubs, perennial and annual flowers, and grasses in your yard also may attract a more varied wildlife community ... the water. Twice a week scrub them with a plastic bristle brush and mild dish detergent, and rinse thoroughly before refilling. ...
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Floridata: Evergreen Plants
... robusta Washington palm, Mexican fan palm Wodyetia bifurcata foxtail palm, Wodyetia palm Grasses   Carex appalachica Appalachian sedge Carex oshimensis Oshima sedge, Oshima kan suge Carex ... (biblical) Festuca glauca blue fescue, gray fescue, garden fescue Setaria palmifolia palm grass, bristle grass Perennials   Aechmea distichantha Brazilian vaseplant, vase plant Allium fistulosum scallion, green ...
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Grow Native!
... below to view many of Missouri's landscape worthy native trees, shrubs, vines, flowers and grasses. Click on a photo for more information about that plant. You may view plants by ... : Canada Wild Rye Showy seedheads with long bristle-like awns(reminiscent of barley)of this cool season grass mature earlier than the warm season grasses-summer-early fall. Awns(hair-like spikes ...
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