Crinum


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Crinum

a genus of cultivated ornamental plants of the family Liliaceae (Amaryllidaceae), some of which are known to cause collapse and death in sheep and goats. Called also spider lily.
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Those that don't die down until heavy frosts appear, such as canna and crinum, should be covered with leaves or straw to protect them over the winter.
The time to plant bulbs depends on when they flower, but generally bulbs have two main seasons: Autumn planting includes the hardier daffodils, tulips, hyacinths and crocuses which will bloom in spring' and spring-planted bulbs, such as crinum, gladioli and begonias, which will flower in summer.
Immensely long skinny leaves of fear (spider lily, crinum asiaticum) grew around my throat every night like thick sad trees over a lava hole where the sea comes sadly in.
Plant summer-blooming bulbs such as calla, canna, crinum, dahlia, gladiolus, lily, montbretia (Crocosmia), nerine, tiger flower (Tigridia), and tuberous begonia.
Crinum latifolium, Camelia sinesis, Hypericum perforatum or the cannabinoid [DELTA]9-tetrahydrocannabinol, but also extracts from Theabroma cacao have been shown to interfere with the tryptophan breakdown and neopterin formation in the PBMC model (Jenny et al.
were used alone; on the other hand, a combination of leaves and fruits of Crinum asiaticum L.
Look out for Acidanthera, Canna, Anemone, Crinum, Galtonia, Gladioli, Ixia, Iris, Nerine, Ornithogalum, Triteleia, Tigridia, Sparaxis, Schizostylis and of course Liliums.
The Gregory Crinum complex includes the Gregory open cut operations, coal preparation plant and the Crinum underground mine.
Pharmaceutical research Scientists from the University had previously documented that substances from the South African plant species Crinum and Cyrtanthus - akin to snowdrops and daffodils - have an effect on the mechanisms in the brain that are involved in depression.