Kalmia


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Kalmia

genus of North American trees in the family Ericaceae; contains the poisonous tetracyclic polyol, andromedotoxin; causes vomiting, incoordination, paralysis and hyperexcitability. Includes K. angustifolia (dwarf laurel), K. latifolia (mountain laurel), K. polifolia var. microphylla (hog laurel).
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Kalmia latifolia was widespread and tall, averaging 80% cover and 2 m in height, respectively.
Shade influences plant growth, leaf color, and chlorophyll content of Kalmia latifolia L.
It would not surprise if Carrigeen Kalmia were given most to do by the top weight and former Gold Cup third Forget The Past.
The impact of Kalmia on plantation performance in central Newfoundland.
Within the Phyllodoceae the Kalmia group and the Phyllodoce clade (Phyllodoce, Rhodothamnus, Kalmiopsis, Epigaea) are well supported.
Interactions between Kalmia and black spruce: isolation and identification of allelopathic compounds.
Kalmia Street from 103rd Street to Santa Ana Boulevard (0.
To address these questions, we examined the interaction between a fungal pathogen and the expression of mating system in individuals of Kalmia latifolia.
The plant in question is the Mountain Laurel or Kalmia and comes in many beautiful forms from white, through to red and with most attractive markings and stamens.
More particularly of shrubs and small trees in swamps: some willows, Kalmia glauca (pale laurel), Ledum latifolium and palustre (Labrador tea), Ribes lacustre (swamp gooseberry), and in one place Betula pumila (low birch).
Notes: A MANDATORY Pre-Bid Conference will be held at the intersection of Kalmia Street and New Clay Street in City of Murrieta on the following date and time: May 19, 2016 at 11:00 A.
If you have acidic soil, there are many beautiful plants that you can grow well such as rhododendrons, camellias, pieris, heathers and kalmia.