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Definition of the noun achimenes
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- any plant of the genus Achimenes having showy bell-shaped flowers that resemble gloxinias
Phrases with Achimenes
- Achimenes alba
- Achimenes bella
- Achimenes flava
- Achimenes kleei
- Achimenes picta
- Achimenes rosea
- Achimenes amoena
- Achimenes dulcis
- Achimenes erecta
- Achimenes Hillii
- Achimenes incisa
- Achimenes lanata
- Achimenes misera
- Achimenes mollis
- Achimenes patens
- Achimenes Repens
- Achimenes rusbyi
- Achimenes scabra
- Achimenes woodii
- genus achimenes
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Achimenes is a leading and quick-growing plant for summer decoration, and may be had in bloom from May to December, according as the bulbs are started early or late. The first should be started in February. We sow our bulbs thinly in boxes ...
by C. Broertjes, A.M. van Harten
Achimenes is a low, generally hairy herb with toothed leaves. The leaves are opposite or in three's and have short petioles. Flowers occur singly or in pairs in the axils of leaves and vary in colour from white to yellow, pink, purple and blue.
by C. Broertjes
Achimenes is a low, generally hairy herb with toothed leaves. The leaves are opposing or in three's and have short petioles. Flowers occur singly or in pairs in the axils of leaves and vary in colour from white to yellow, pink, purple and blue.
Bulbs for Warm Climates (2001)
by Thad M. Howard
Achimenes P. Browne Achimenes is a genus of about 26 species native from Mexico to Panama. They are small hairy perennials about a foot or two in height, related to gloxinias and African violets. The catkin-like scaly bulbs are shaped like ...
The genus Achimenes is a very valuable one to the cultivator, because the plants in it are easily grown, remain dormant in winter, produce a long succession of showy flowers, and are rarely seen in an unhealthy state, even though they may ...
With Groups and Descriptions by Elizabeth Twining
Achimenes is a genus first introduced from Jamaica, and named Cyrilla pulehella , now known as A. coccinea. A. longs:/Zora was discovered in ravines in Guatemala, and sent to England in 1840; the remarkable character of the formation of ...
by Joseph Paxton
unequal, obliquely cordate-ovate, serrate, sparingly THE genus Achimenes is a very valuable one to the cultivator, because the plants in it are easily grown, remain dormant ...
The Achimenes is a good summer-flowering bulbous plant, requiring plenty of heat and light, though not ...
Vick's Monthly Magazine (1879)
The Achimenes is a good summer -flowering bulbous plant, requiring plenty of heat and light, though not a full exposure to the direct rays of the sun. It should receive frequent spraying to prevent the attacks ...
by William Harrison De Puy
ACHIMENES is a plant usually found in the warm regions of America. It bears beautiful flowers, and for this reason florists often cultivate it. There are a great many different species of this plant. It is of the natural order Oesneracese.
by Frances Tenenbaum
Achimenes ah-KIM-eh-neez. Gesneriad family, Gesneriaceae. Relatives of such popular houseplants as African violets and Cape primroses ( Streptocarpus spp.), achimenes are tender bulbs primarily native to Central America.
by Sir George Watt
ACHIMENES. was employed also in intermittents and as an antispasmodic in flatulent colic and nervous affections. Its hot infusion is used as an emmena- gogue in France, and also in suppression of the lochia; it is sometimes employed in low ...
More Than 500 Outstanding Choices for Gardeners by Ray Rogers
ACHIMENES. hot water plant, magic plant...
by Sir George Watt, Edgar Thurston, T. N. Mukharji
ACHIMENES. was employed also in intermittents and as an antispasmodic in flatulent colic and nervous affections. Its hot infusion is used as an emmena- gogue in France, and also in suppression of the lochia ; it is sometimes employed in ...
An Illustrated Encyclopædia of Practical Horticulture for All Classes by Walter Page Wright
allied to Achimenes and Gesnera, and requiring identical treatment with the latter MYRTL'S HL'LLATA . genus. The following species are synonymous with the Gesneras bearing ...
by Walter P. Wright
# Achimenes (achimé-nés, from cheinaino, sensitiveness to cold. Ord. Gesneraceae).—See Bulbs. *:: Aconite, Winter ( Eranthis hyemalis).—See Bulbs. Aconitum, Monkshood, Wolf's-bane (aconi-tum, ...
The Encyclopaedia Britannica, Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature (1823)
Achillaea Achimenes ...
A Practical and Scientific Encyclopedia of Horticulture for Gardeners and Botanists by George Nicholson
Included under Achimenes (which see). MANDRAGORA. M. officinarum (Syn. M. officinalis) is the correct namo of M. vernalis. MANETTI. A Rose Stock introduced from Italy by the lato Mr. Kivors. It is a very vigorous Stock, and therefore not so ...
See: Forcing Bottom Heat Electro-culture of Plants Pruning Cordon Blanching For the most important plants cultivated in greenhouses, see: Greenhouse Plants Achimenes Azalea Banksia Carnation Chrysanthemum Fuchsia Gardenia ...
by George Nicholson
Achimenes( = C yrilla and Trevim'na) includes Dolichoderia, Eucodouia, Koiirnickia, Lorheria, and ...
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Video shows what achimenes means. A Central American plant, of the genus , having showy, trumpet-shaped flowers. Achimenes Meaning. How to pronounce ...
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