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Definition of the noun Aronia

What does Aronia mean as a name of something?

Aronia is a genus of Araceae, described by J. Mitchell in 1769.

Aronia is a genus of Rosaceae.

Aronia is a genus of Rosaceae.

Aronia is a genus of Rosaceae.

Phrases with Aronia

  1. Aronia Densa
  2. Aronia nigra
  3. Aronia Nivea
  4. Aronia Hostii
  5. Aronia Ovalis
  6. Aronia pubens
  7. Aronia Pumila
  8. Aronia Spuria
  9. Aronia Affinis
  10. Aronia Arborea
  11. Aronia Cordata
  12. Aronia Cretica
  13. Aronia hybrida
  14. Aronia Petraea
  15. Aronia Praecox
  16. Aronia Aquatica
  17. Aronia Asiatica
  18. Aronia Depressa
  19. Aronia Japonica
  20. genus Aronia

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Google previewA Dictionary of Popular Names of the Plants which Furnish the Natural and Acquired Wants of Man, in All Matters of Domestic and General Economy (1882)

Their History, Products, & Uses by John Smith

aronia is a bushy species, having a red fleshy fruit larger than the preceding. It is a native of Southern Europe and Western Asia, and is common about Jerusalem, especially 206 DICTIONARY OF ...

Google previewFamiliar lectures on botany (1854)

explaining the structure, classification, and uses of plants, illustrated upon the Linnaean and natural methods, with a flora for practical botanists, for the use of colleges, schools, and private students by Mrs. Lincoln Phelps

The Aronia is an early flower ; a species of this, the shad-blossom, is not unfrequently found in April ; this is a large shrub, often growing upon the banks of brooks, with white petals clustering together in the form of a raceme. Many of the ...

Google previewCarbon-Nitrogen Lyases—Advances in Research and Application: 2013 Edition (2013)

ScholarlyBrief

According to news reporting from Amman, Jordan, by VerticalNews journalists, research stated, “Crataegus aronia is a small shrub that belongs to the ...

Google previewThe Garden Forager (2015)

Edible Delights in your Own Back Yard by Adele Nozedar

ARONIA IS A medium-sized shrub whose leaves start to turn a beautiful, brilliant flame colour from late summer onwards, brightening up gardens, as do the berries, which range from red (A. arbutifolia) to black (A. melanocarpa) or a shade ...

Google previewTrees & shrubs for English gardens (1902)

by Ernest Thomas Cook

Crataegus Aronia is a synonym. A very handsome Thorn, 12 feet to 15 feet, shapely, leaves large, bright glossy green above, whitish beneath. Flowers appear freely in large corymbs, followed by clusters of pear-shaped green fruits, which ...

Google previewThe Seasons on Henry's Farm (2010)

A Year of Food and Life on a Sustainable Farm by Terra Brockman

Moreover, aronia is a perennial plant, eliminating the need for tillage, thus eliminating soil loss and nutrient depletion. Aronia is especially suited to our land here in Woodford County that is too hilly for conventional row crops. Teresa is also ...

Google previewThe Hot-house and Greenhouse Manual, or botanical cultivator ... Second edition (1831)

by Robert SWEET

ARONIA is a genus ...

Google previewThe Hothouse and Greenhouse Manual, Or Botanical Cultivator (1839)

Giving Full Instructions for the Management and Propagation of the Plants Cultivated in the Hot-houses, Greenhouses, Conservatories ... : Alphabetically Arranged by Robert Sweet

ARONIA is a genus nearly related to Pyrus, and belongs to the Pomaceee; its species are pretty hardy shrubs, flowering in May and June, and are well adapted for thefront of a shrubbery ; they may be increased by layers or seeds; or by ...

Google previewthe cottage gardener: a practical guide in every department of horticulture rural and domestic economy (1851)

by george w. johnson

The Aronia is a native of the south-east of Europe,— from Greece, eastward. G. tanacetifolia (The Tansy-leaved Thorn). — If this thorn would ...

Google previewFamiliar Lectures on Botany, Practical, Elementary and Physiological (1836)

With an Appendix, Containing Descriptions of the Plants of the United States and Exotics, &c., for the Use of Seminaries and Private Students by Mrs. Lincoln Phelps

The ARONIA is an early flower; a species of this, the shad-blossom, is not unfrequently found in April; this is a large shrub, often growing upon the banks of brooks, with white petals, clustering together in the form of a raceme. - Many of the ...

Google previewFamiliar Lectures on Botany, practical, elementary, and physiological. With an appendix, containing descriptions of the plants of the United States ... Seventh edition, revised and enlarged. Illustrated, etc (1838)

by Mrs. Almira H. LINCOLN

The ARONIA is an early flower; a species of this, the shad-blosSom, is not unfrequently found in April; this is a large shrub, often growing upon the banks of brooks, with white petals, clustering together in the form of a raceme. Many of the ...

Google previewDirr's Encyclopedia of Trees and Shrubs (2016)

by Michael A. Dirr

Aronia. arbutifolia. red chokeberry Red chokeberry labors in obscurity and is seldom available in commerce. The shrub's bright red fruit are long persistent, and they are shunned by birds, as is suggested by the name “chokeberry.” A mature ...

Google previewThe Timber Press Encyclopedia of Flowering Shrubs (2014)

by Jim Gardiner

Zone 9 Aronia melanocarpa 'Autumn Magic' 4 A spreading to upright deciduous shrub with white flowers followed by purple black fruits and red-purple autumn foliage. Smallto medium; full sun;flowers mid spring; fertile soil, not tolerant ofthin ...

Google previewThe gardeners dictionary (1835)

by Philip Miller

Aronia arbutifolia (red-berried Aronia). Mill. f. t. 109. Unanvi: leaves lanceolate, crenate, tomentote «»- derneath. — This seldom rises more than five or six feet in Virginia, where it grows naturally in moist woods. The branches are few, slender, ...

Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Plant Names (1999)

Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi

Aronia Medik. Rosaceae Origins: Greek aronia for medlar-tree (mespile); see Franco Mon- tanari, Vocabolario delta Lingua Greca. 336. Torino 1995. Arophyton Jum. Araceae Origins: From the Greek aron "arum" and phyton "a plant"; see D.H. ...

Google previewMultilingual Dictionary of Agronomic Plants (2012)

by G. Rehm

chokeberry, black aronia Apfelbeere Arracacia esculenta DC. ~> 250 Arracacia xanthorrhiza Bancr. . A. esculenta DC. Peruvian parsnip, Peruvian carrot, arracacha f pomme de terre céleri, ...

Google previewWyman's Gardening Encyclopedia (1986)

by Donald Wyman

Platanus Akebia Evodia Pseudotsuga Ailanthus Fraxinus Pyrus Albizia Hibiscus Rhododendron Amorpha Kalmia Ribes Aronia Koelreuteria Robinia Atriplex Laburnum Rosa Callicarpa Lagerstroemia Sciadopitys Calycanthus Larix Sophora ...

Google previewElsevier's Dictionary of Trees (2005)

Volume 1: North America by M.M. Grandtner

Rosaceae Aronia Pers. Peraphyllum Nutt. Xeromaton ...

Google previewAn Encyclopaedia of Trees and Shrubs (1869)

Being the Arboretum Et Fruticetum Britannicum Abridged : Containing the Hardy Trees and Shrubs of Britain, Native and Foreign, Scientifically and Popularly Described ; with Their Propagation, Culture, and Uses in the Arts ; and with Engravings of Nearly All the Species ; Abridged from the Large Edition in Eight Volumes, and Adapted for the Use of Nurserymen, Gardeners, and Foresters by John Claudius Loudon

The depressed Aronia.

Google previewA Dictionary of English Names of Plants (1884)

Applied in England and Among English-speaking People to Cultivated and Wild Plants, Trees, and Shrubs by William Miller

Arbutus-leaved Aronia, Choke- berry Aria. Chess Apple, Hen Apple, Lot-tree, White Beam-tree Aria var. salicifolia. Willow-leaved Beam- tree Aucuparia. Care, Field Ash, Mountain-Ash, Quick-beam or Quicken-tree, Rantry, Rowan- tree or ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Applied Plant Sciences (2016)

Carotenoids Glucosinolates Phytosterols Almonds, brussels sprouts, legumes, macadamia nuts, peanuts, seeds, unrefined plant oils, whole grains Polyphenols Aronia, Brassica species, ...

Google previewManual of Botany for the Northern States, Comprising Generic Descriptions of All Phenogamous and Cryptogamous Plants to the North of Virginia Hitherto Described. ... Each Genus Illustrated by Short Descriptions of Its Most Common Species. By the Members of the Botanical Class in William's College (Mass.). From a Manuscript System by the Author of Richard's Botanical Dictionary [i.e. A. Eaton]. (1817)

Aralia Arbutus Arctium Arenaria Arethusa Argemone Aristida Aristolochia Arnica Aronia Artemisia Arum Arundo Asarum Asclepias Ascyrum Asparagus Aspidium Asplenium Aster Astragalus Athyrium Atragene Atriplex Atropa Atheropogon ...

Google previewChambers' Encyclopaedia (1874)

A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People ...

species differing very much in appearance, in foliage, and in almost everything except the characters of the flower and fruit, and formerly constituting the genera Sorbus, Aria, Aronia, &c. ; or included in MespUus (see Medlar) and Crataegus.

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