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Definition of the noun Acaulis

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Acaulis is a genus of Acaulidae, described by Stimpson in 1854.

Phrases with Acaulis

  1. Acaulis Rosae
  2. Evax acaulis
  3. Iris Acaulis
  4. Sida Acaulis
  5. Aster Acaulis
  6. Carex Acaulis
  7. Draba Acaulis
  8. genus Acaulis
  9. Malva Acaulis
  10. Rubus Acaulis
  11. Tatea Acaulis
  12. Viola Acaulis
  13. Aletes acaulis
  14. Arnica Acaulis
  15. Atropa Acaulis
  16. Boopis Acaulis
  17. Cassia Acaulis
  18. Celsia Acaulis
  19. Datura Acaulis
  20. Deweya Acaulis

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Google previewThe New Flower Expert (1999)

by D. G. Hessayon

acaulis is the popular Moss Campion — height 2 in. (5 cm), spread 1 ft (30 cm), 'A in. (1 cm) wide white or pink flowers, flowering period May- June. The sheet of mossy green foliage is attractive but the number of flowers is often ...

Google previewIllustrations of the Natural Orders of Plants with Groups and Descriptions (1868)

by Elizabeth Twining

Carlina acaulis is a singular-looking plant on our chalk downs, the pale buff shining involucre placed like a star on the ground. C. gummifcra was known to the ancients for the gum distilled from the flowers and root. Echinops, the Globe Thistle, ...

Google previewThe Complete Gardener (1916)

by Harry Higgott Thomas

Acaulis is a dwarf plant with flowers 2 to 3 inches long, of an intense shade of blue. There is also a white variety. Bavarica, another dwarf kind, is found on boggy ground in the European Alps. It has blue flowers. Verna, again a blue- flowered ...

Google previewFlora Conspicua; a selection of the most ornamental flowering hardy ... trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants, for embellishing flower gardens and pleasure grounds. Drawn and engraved from living specimens by W. Clark (1830)

by Richard Morris (F.L.S.), William CLARK (Artist.)

The Gentiana acaulis is an herbaceous perennial, grows freely in strong earth, produces large tufts of flowers particularly showy, and forms an excellent edging for flower-beds; it flowers more freely if sufi'ered to remain than when frequently ...

Google previewSouthern Rocky Mountain Wildflowers (2015)

A Field Guide to Wildflowers in the Southern Rocky Mountains, including Rocky Mountain National Park by Leigh Robertson, Christine Kassar

Acaulis is a common specific name meaning “without stem.” (Information provided by Al Schneider, CHRIS KASSAR ROCKY MOUNTAIN BEEPLANT Peritoma serrulata Synonym: Cleome serrulata.

Google previewThe Garden (1913)

acaulis is a curiously pretty little plant for the front of the border or the rockery. C. g. dahurica is one of the best, and there is a double variety. Common soil. Seeds or division. June onwards. C. Bandit—Another of the best border plants, ...

Google previewThe New Technical Educator (1895)

An Encyclopaedia of Technical Education

Thus Primula acaulis is the common English Primrose.

Google previewAn illustrated Encyclopaedia of Gardening (2015)

by Walter P. Wright

Acaulis is a much dwarfer plant with pink flowers.

Google previewWhite Mountain National Forest (N.F.), Forest Plan Revision, Proposed Land and Resource Management Plan (2005)

Environmental Impact Statement

Silene acaulis is a long-lived species, with total ...

Google previewAmerican Flower Garden Directory (2009)

by Robert Buist

acaulis is a pretty dwarf growing species, the flower dark and light blue ; interior of the ...

Google previewThe English Flower Garden (2011)

Style, Position, and Arrangement by William Robinson

farinosa acaulis is a very diminutive variety of the preceding. The flowers nestle in the hearts of the leaves, and both flowers and leaves are very small. When a number of plants are grown together on one sod, or in one pan, they form a ...

Google previewEncyclopædia Britannica: or, A dictionary of arts and sciences, compiled by a society of gentlemen in Scotland [ed. by W. Smellie]. Suppl. to the 3rd. ed., by G. Gleig (1810)

by Encyclopaedia Britannica

The carlina acaulis is a very prickly fort of thistle, growing spontaneously in the southern parts of France, Spain, Italy, and the mountains of Switzerland ; from whence the dried roots are brought to us. This root is about an inch thick, externally of ...

Google previewThe Illustrated Dictionary of Gardening (1901)

A Practical and Scientific Encyclopedia of Horticulture for Gardeners and Botanists by George Nicholson

acaulis is a garden name for Haplocarpha A synonym of Berkpetals t at the obably a. 400 THE DICTIONARY OF GARDENING,

Google previewJournal of Horticulture and Practical Gardening (1869)

Qentiana acaulis is that most frequently met with, and will hear almost any amount of ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Food and Color Additives (1997)

by George A. Burdock

Natural flavoring substances and natural substances used in GENTIAN, STEMLESS (Gentiana acaulis L.) Current CAS number Description Natural sources Functional use in foods Regulatory citations 977088-41-7 Perennial, herbaceous ...

Google previewAn Encyclopaedia of Gardening (1897)

A Dictionary of Cultivated Plants, Etc by Thomas William Saunders

Gentian (Gentiana acaulis) — see Gentiana. Gentian Gromwell (Lithospermum prostratum) — see Lithospermum. Gentian Speedwell (Veronica gentianoides) — see Veronica. Gentiana (Harvest Bells, Lung-flower, Wind-flower, Autumn Bell- ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia Britannica, Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature (1823)

scolymus, cardunculus, humilis, acaulis. S. Europe, Madeira, Barbary. s929. CARLINA, or Cor/rhe- szssst/e, Eight pecies; viz. acaulis, lanata, corymbosa, 'vulgaris, racemosa, pyrenaica, xeranthemoides, atractyloides. Europe ...

Google previewThe Gardeners Dictionary (1768)

Containing the Best and Newest Methods of Cultivating and Improving the Kitchen, Fruit, Flower Garden, and Nursery; as Also for Performing the Practical Parts of Agriculture ... by Philip Miller

acaulis, foliis reptantibus. Lin. Sp. Plant; stalhsis, heart-shaped leaves, and cordatis, stolonibus 934. Violet having no weeping shoots. Viola . martia purpurea, flore simplici odoro. C. B. P. 199. Purple March Violet, with a ...

Google previewThe Edinburgh Encyclopaedia (1832)

glacialis, Rumex digynus, Juncus curvatus, and Silene acaulis.

Google previewFlora's Dictionary (1837)

by Elizabeth Washington Wirt

Primrose, lilac, Primula acaulis plena, St. Juliana. 17. Crocus, Scotch, Crocus susianus, St Flavian, Arehhishop of Constantinople ...

Google previewAmerican Horticultural Society Encyclopedia of Plants and Flowers (2011)

by Christopher Brickell

acaulis, although there are also white— and ...

Google previewMedical Lexicon. A New Dictionary of Medical Science, containing a concise account of the various subjects and terms, ... and formulae for ... preparations etc. Third edition (1865)

Carlina acaulis. CARDOPERICARDITIS, see Pcricarditis.

Google previewDictionary of Herbs, Spices, Seasonings, and Natural Flavorings (2013)

by Carole J. Skelly

CARLINE THISTLE (Carlina acaulis) [Compositae] Dwarf carline; Ground thistle; Southernwood root: Carlina acaulis is native to Europe. Its roots have been used in herbal remedies.It is emeticand purgative.

Google previewDictionary of Natural Products (1993)

by John Buckingham

of Euphorbia acaulis. Cryst...

acaulis and E.fidjiana and Homalanthus acuminatus. Cryst ...

Google previewElements of Botany; Or, an Introduction to the Sexual System of Linnæus. To which is Annexed an English Botanical Dictionary. Illustrated by Copper-plates (1802)

by Richard HALL (M.D.)

Stalkless, acaulis, wanting a stalk. - Stamen ...

Google previewA Manual and Dictionary of the Flowering Plants and Ferns: The classes, cohorts, orders, and chief genera of phanerogams and ferns (1897)

by John Christopher Willis

acaulis Linn., arvensi's Robs., ferox Vill., ...

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