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scabiosa

(skā′bē-ō′sə, -zə, skăb′ē-)
n.
See scabious2.
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The anatomical study's with Scabiosa rotata M.Bieb, it is stated that the eglandular trichomes are present in the stem and leaf, and also a small amount of glandular trichomes are present in the leaf.
Know what plants can thrive Perennials which can be grown in a seaside setting include achillea, crocosmia, eryngium (sea holly), echinops (globe thistle), sedum, heuchera (coral flower), euphorbia, gazania, scabiosa. Shrubs and climbers include buddleia, berberis, genista (broom), cistus (rock rose), ceanothus, escallonia, weigela, hebe, lavatera, passiflora, ribes (ornamental currant), rosmarinus (rosemary).
| Know what plants can thrive: Perennials which can be grown in a seaside setting include achillea, crocosmia, eryngium (sea holly), echinops (globe thistle), sedum, heuchera (coral flower), euphorbia, gazania, scabiosa.
THIS stylish floral black and purple cushion is digitally printed on both sides and is 100% cotton, featuring scabiosa flower Lena print, measuring 40cm x 40cm, PS55, from www.reflectandrepeat.com THIS lace lacquered and gold leaf round side table is a tribute to the skills of the artisan and has an unusual crochet pattern in high-gloss wood.
Some of the varieties you can get into the ground now include cornflowers, nigella, cerinthe, borage, malope, calendula, scabiosa and bupleurum.
I don't cut back my perennials in autumn, choosing instead to allow the seed heads of scabiosa and the dried flowers of lady's mantle and yarrow to accumulate a pretty dusting of snow.
She carried a traditional hand-tied bouquet of Juliet garden roses, parrot and double tulips, white scabiosa, astilbe, astrantia, orange and coral dahlias, scabiosa pods, dusty miller, and seeded eucalyptus.
Everywhere global freshwater crisis wildflowers--buttercups, daisies, scabiosa with its purple tufts, Johnny jump-ups, deforestation button ferns, wild geraniums, wild strawberries.
Among my favourites are Nigella (love in a mist), Matthiola (stock), Zinnia, Cosmos and Scabiosa.
Cur vites semper communia balnea, dicam: Quod sis nigra, scio; quod scabiosa, puto.
Species good for cutting are Cosmos of all forms, but try Cosmos 'Double Click' and 'Psyche White'; aster, bedding-dahlias, godetia, clarkia, sweet William, Brompton stocks, sunflowers, Rudbeckia hirta 'Kelveden Star', Rudbeckia hirta 'Green Eyes', Rudbeckia hirta 'Prairie Sun', Scabiosa 'Ebony & Ivor', Coreopsis grandiflora 'Early Sunrise' and Mayfield Giant', Sweet-smelling Resedia odorata, Crepis aurea, Gaillardia pulchella, Centaurea cyanus (cornflowers) and Larkspur.
These farmers produce exquisite commercial varieties of flowers like Gaillardia, Lilly, Veronica, Verbena, Tiarella, Tradescantia, Sedum, Scabiosa, Rudbeckia, Polemonium, Peony, Penstemon, and Geraniums and Indian red roses that are much sought after in domestic as well as in European markets.