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Google previewThe Organic Rose Garden (2004)

by Liz Druitt

The nice thing about alliums is that they're not as limited in season as some of the other vegeta bles. You don't have to be pulling them out and replacing them when they're through fruiting-you can deal with them whenever you like. If today ...

Google previewRocky Mountain Gardener's Handbook (2012)

All You Need to Know to Plan, Plant & Maintain a Rocky Mountain Garden - Montana, Id by John Cretti, Mary Ann Newcomer

' Ladies mantle frothing under 'Purple Sensation' alliums is a gorgeous combination. Both look ...

Google previewComprehensive Biotechnology (2011)

Itisgenerally believedthat therelease ofthepungent organosulfur compounds from the Alliums is a defense response topredators. Ingarlic, allicin,its congeners,and othersecondary organosulfur compounds not only serveto imparttastebutalso ...

Google previewTaylor's Encyclopedia of Garden Plants (2003)

by Frances Tenenbaum

Commonly called ornamental onions or simply alliums, these bulbs bear showy, rounded flower clusters called umbels atop hollow, unbranched stems. The umbels range from 1- inch pompons to huge 5-inch balls and are carried above the ...

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

by Christopher Brickell

alliums, and dahlias all blend well with other types of plantings. Unscented lilies make good partners for scented roses, while exoticlooking cannas and alstroemerias add spice to a ...

Google previewThe Illustrated Encyclopedia of Country Living (2011)

by Abigail R. Gehring

Alliums, bee balm, carnations, echinacea (roots and flowers), hibiscus, hollyhocks, honeysuckle (avoid the poisonous berries), lavender, marshmallow (use the roots), red clover, nasturtiums, roses (flowers or hips), violets.

Google previewInternational Encyclopaedia of Agricultural Science and Technology: Soils and composts (2008)

by Srinivasa Naidu

nightshades, alliums, cole crops, cucurbits. The susceptible crop, related ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Cultivated Plants (2013)

From Acacia to Zinnia by Christopher Cumo

Alliums Garlic Leek Onion Beverages Agave Barley Coffee Grapes Hops Tea Wheat Carnivorous Plants Bladderwort Butterwort Pitcher Plant Sundew Venus's Fly Trap Dyes Castor Bean Indigo Fiber Crops Cannabis Corchorus Cotton Flax ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Metropolitana, Or, Universal Dictionary of Knowledge (1845)

Comprising the Twofold Advantage of a Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement, with Appropriate Engravings by Edward Smedley, Hugh James Rose, Henry John Rose

Alliums England, book xii. ch. Ixxvi. Thus like a rose by some unkindly blast, ...

Google previewA General Bibliographical Dictionary: A-E (1837)

by Frederic Adolphus Ebert

'alliums. Repeated, ib. 1569. fol. C791 — manual de Epicteto filosofo, traduzido do grego em lingoagem portuguez (por Ant. de Sousa).

Google previewA Dictionary of Modern Gardening (1847)

by George William Johnson, David Landreth

—Radish, salsafy, scorzonera, purslane, the alliums, cardoon, rampion, alisander, love-apple, capsicum, egg-plant. Three years.

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Scrabble value of A1L1L1I1U1M3S1

The value of this 7-letter word is 9 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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