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Etrusca: The hybrid cultivar Etrusca was first mentioned by Nicholson in Kew Hand-List Trees & Shrubs 2: 139. 1896, as U. montana var. etrusca, but without description. The tree at Kew was later identified as of hybrid origin, U. glabra × U. minor var plotii by Melville. It is not known whether Etrusca remains in cultivation.

Phrases with Etrusca

  1. Hyles Etrusca
  2. Stipa Etrusca
  3. Viola Etrusca
  4. Erebia Etrusca
  5. Orgyia Etrusca
  6. Vitrea Etrusca
  7. Dugesia Etrusca
  8. Leptusa Etrusca
  9. Panorpa etrusca
  10. Pyronia Etrusca
  11. Cymindis Etrusca
  12. Dothidea Etrusca
  13. Haplidia Etrusca
  14. Lonicera etrusca
  15. Lysandra Etrusca
  16. Saturnia Etrusca
  17. Stevenia Etrusca
  18. Alopecosa etrusca
  19. Archilina Etrusca
  20. Pliophoca Etrusca

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Google previewShrubs for the Milder Counties (2000)

by W. Arnold-Forster

etrusca is a very effective vigorous climber for a high wall or tree, with masses of smallish cream flowers deepening to yellow. L.fragrantissima, and the very similar L. Standishii, are not showy, but very fragrant and worth a place on, say, ...

Google previewScent In Your Garden (1995)

by Stephen Lacey

etrusca is an unusual and beautiful semi- evergreen honeysuckle for a wall that receives full sun, though it is not hardv in cold areas; it makes a good conservatory plant. The flowers begin cream, suffused with red, and mature to a rich ...

Google previewAmerican Fossil Cycads (1916)

by George Reber Wieland

Again, Cycadeoidea etrusca is an unassailably well-founded species, and there is exceedingly small probability that it is identical with any previously described form whatsoever, although a typical species of the Buckland genus Cycadeoidea.

Google previewCarnegie Institution of Washington Publication (1916)

Again, Cycadeoidea etrusca is an unassailably well-founded species, and there is exceedingly small probability that it is identical with any previously described form whatsoever, although a typical species of the Buckland genus C ycadeoia' ea ...

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

by Christopher Brickell

etrusca 'Superba', to the deep pink of L. periclymenum 'Red Gables'. The genus includes ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the History of Classical Archaeology (2015)

by Nancy Thomson de Grummond

ACCADEMIA ETRUSCA 3 yet again under the liberal Pope Pius IX, with a new charter that excluded letters and philosophy for reasons of religious orthodoxy. In 1875 the prime minister of the new Italian State, Quintino Sella, founded the ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of the Etruscans (2009)

by Simon K. F. Stoddart

ACCADEMIA ETRUSCA DI CORTONA. This organization, founded in 1726 by the Venuti brothers, originated the field of Etruscan studies. As with many antiquarian organizations of the eighteenth century, the society and then academy had a ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Enlightenment (2013)

by Michel Delon

For example, theAccademia Etrusca (Etruscan Academy) inthesmallcity of Cortone admitted more than 100 honorary members during the 18th century. Thenetwork of academies was further strengthened by the presence of members ...

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

Douglas's Honey-suckle etrusca. Tuscan Honey-suckle etrusca var. rubra.

Google previewEncyclopedic Dictionary of Archaeology (2013)

by Barbara Ann Kipfer

There are similaritieswith Etrusca in thetombs, and Etruscan artifacts were found. Alesia: AnIron Age ...

Google previewThe general biographical dictionary. Revised by A. Chalmers (1815)

by New and general biographical dictionary

Many learned dissertations published in several collections; as, for example, five in the third volume of Gori's Museum Etruscum ; De Genio domestico, de Ara sepulchrali, de funeribus Etruscorum, de Velciorum familia, de Architectura Etrusca.

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Scrabble value of E1T1R1U1S1C3A1

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