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Alchemilla alpina

Alchemilla alpina is a tautogram (all words start with the same letter). View more tautograms!

Definition of the noun Alchemilla alpina

What does Alchemilla alpina mean as a name of something?

Alchemilla alpina is a species of Alchemilla.

Alchemilla alpina is a species of Alchemilla.

Alchemilla alpina is a species of Rosaceae.

Alchemilla alpina is a species of Alchemilla.

Alchemilla alpina is a species of Alchemilla.

Alchemilla alpina is a species of Alchemilla.

Phrases with Alchemilla alpina

Phrases starting with Alchemilla alpina:

  1. Alchemilla Alpina Alpina
  2. Alchemilla Alpina Glomerata
  3. Alchemilla Alpina Transiens
  4. Alchemilla Alpina Catalaunica
  5. Alchemilla Alpina Asterophylla

Phrase ending with Alchemilla alpina:

  1. species Alchemilla alpina

Other phrases containing Alchemilla alpina:

  1. Variety Alchemilla Alpina Hybrida
  2. Variety Alchemilla Alpina Subsericea
  3. Subspecies Alchemilla Alpina Glomerata
  4. Variety Alchemilla Alpina Asterophylla

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Google previewChemical Dictionary of Economic Plants (2001)

by Jeffrey B. Harborne, Herbert Baxter

The related Alchemilla alpina has similar properties.

Google previewA Manual and Dictionary of the Flowering Plants and Ferns (1908)

by John Christopher Willis

The open slopes, where the ground is not very wet, are chiefly covered by Alchemilla alpina, Erica, Calluna and Vaccinium, with patches of grasses, Potentilla Tormentilla, Polygala, Trientalis, and other flowers. The wet places by. the sides of ...

Google previewThe gardeners dictionary (1835)

by Philip Miller

Alchemilla alpina (alpine lady's 10.

Google previewThe New and Complete American Encyclopedia (1805)

Alchemilla alpina, or cinque-foil ladies-mantle, with finger-stiaped sawed leaves, and greenish blossoms. It is a native of the mountainous parts of Europe. Goats and cows eat it ; horses, Iheep, and swine refuse it. 2. Alchemilla minor, or least ...

Google previewA Manual and Dictionary of the Flowering Plants and Ferns: Outlines of the morphology, natural history, classification, geographical distribution and economic uses of the phanerogams and ferns (1897)

by John Christopher Willis

The open slopes, where the ground is not very wet, are chiefly covered by Alchemilla alpina, Erica, Calluna and Vaccinium, with patches of grasses, Potentilla Tormentilla, Polygala, Trientalis, and other flowers. The wet places by the sides of ...

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

by Christopher Brickell

See Alchemilla alpina. Alpine mint bush. See Prostanthera cuneata. Alpine penny-cress. See Thlaspi alpinum. Alpine pink. See Dianthus alpinus. Alpine snowbell. See Soldanella alpina. Alpine thistle. See Carlina acaulis. Alpine toadflax.

Google previewClavis Anglica Linguæ Botanicæ; Or, A Botanical Lexicon; in which the Terms of Botany ... are Applied, Derived, Explained, Contrasted and Exemplified (1789)

by John BERKENHOUT

isherardia arvensis, Asperula odorata, Qalium aperine, Alchemilla alpina, Euonymus europzus, Digym'a, Gentiana campestris, Bufonia tenuisqlia. Aphanes arvensis ...

Google previewThe New international encyclopaedia (1906)

by Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby

Still more beautiful is the Alpine lady's- mantle (Alchemilla alpina) , which grows on mountains, and has digitate ...

Google previewThe Rural Cyclopedia, Or A General Dictionary of Agriculture, and of the Arts, Sciences, Instruments, and Practice, Necessary to the Farmer, Stockfarmer, Gardener, Forester, Landsteward, Farrier, & C (1857)

by John Marius Wilson

The alpine ladies' mantle, Alchemilla alpina, is a perennial-rooted indigen of rocky places, and especially of micaceous schists, in the British uplands. Its stems are covered with a silvery pubescence, and have usually a height of from 4 to 6 ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia Americana (1919)

A Library of Universal Knowledge

The Alchemilla alpina L. is found on Miquelon Island and on the White and Green mountains and is distinguished by its beautiful five oblong silky entire leaflets. The Aphanes arvensis L., or parsley-piert, is also called field lady's mantle. This is ...

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