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Definition of the noun layia

What does layia mean as a name of something?

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  1. genus of western United States annuals with showy yellow or white flowers

Phrases with Layia

Phrases starting with the word Layia:

  1. Layia munzii
  2. Layia Nutans
  3. Layia carnosa
  4. Layia jonesii
  5. Layia ziegleri
  6. Layia discoidea
  7. Layia fremontii
  8. Layia Emarginata
  9. Layia glandulosa
  10. Layia leucopappa
  11. Layia paniculata
  12. Layia pentachaeta
  13. layia platyglossa
  14. Layia heterotricha
  15. Layia hieracioides
  16. Layia gaillardioides

Phrases ending with the word Layia:

  1. Beach Layia
  2. genus layia
  3. Vaimosa Layia

Other phrase containing the word Layia:

  1. species Layia munzii

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Layia

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Google previewClear Creek Management Area Resource(s) Management Plan (RMP) (1996)

Environmental Impact Statement

Rayless Layia - Layla gfls_c_qLid_ea The rayless layia is a two to six-inch tall herbaceous member of the sunflower family which, in May, produces inconspicuous yellow flowers lacking the showy, outwardly-extending ray flowers typical of ...

Google previewScience and Horticulture (1891)

The California Layia is a beautiful upright bushy plant, about a foot high, and producing in abundance brilliant lemon yellow* single flowers, two inches across, the tips of the rays forming often a scolloped white border.

Google previewA Bibliography of New Mexican Botany (1910)

by Paul Carpenter Standley

" Possibly the label of this plant was wrong, for the genus Layia is a Californian one, and this plant has not been collected in New Mexico in late years. Leucelene ericoides serotina Greene, Pittonia 3: 149. 1896.

Google previewLower Santa Ynez River Fish Management Plan and Cachuma Project Biological Opinion for Southern Steelhead Trout (2004)

Environmental Impact Statement

Beach layia is a low-growing, glandular, succulent annual that flowers from May through July. It has not been seen in Santa Barbara County since 1929, when it was collected at the Santa Ynez river mouth. This species is presumed extirpated ...

Google previewTwo New Shrubs from Lower California (1912)

by Paul Carpenter Standley, Edward Alphonso Goldman

” Possibly the label of this plant was wrong, for the genus Layia is a Californian one, and this plant has not been collected in New Mexico in late years. Leucelene ericoides serotina Greene, Pittonia 3: 149. 1896.

Google previewThe Type Localities of Plants First Described from New Mexico (1910)

A Bibliography of New Mexican Botany by Paul Carpenter Standley

" Possibly the label of this plant was wrong, for the genus Layia is a Californian one, and this plant has not been collected in New Mexico in late years. Leucelene ericoides serotina Greene, Pittonia 3: 149. 1896.

Google previewNorth Sonoma County Agricultural Reuse Project (2007)

Environmental Impact Statement

Colusa layia is a CNPS List 1B species. It is an annual herbaceous species that occurs in chaparral, cismontane woodland, and valley and foothill grassland habitats, typically on sandy or serpentine soils. It blooms from April through May, and ...

Google previewPacific Gas & Electric Company, San Joaquin Valley Operations and Maintenance Program Habitat Conservation Plan (2006)

Environmental Impact Statement

San Joaquin Valley 081M December 2006 Demography ' Comanche Point layia is a straw-colored annual herb.

Google previewThe West American Scientist (1890)

LAYIA ELEGANS.—The California Layia is a beautiful hardy annual, forming upright bushy plants, about a foot high, and producing in abundance brilliant lemon yellow single flowers, an inch across , ...

Google previewCalifornia Trees and Flowers (1891)

Descriptions of the Wild Flowers, Ornamental Trees and Shrubs, Ferns, Lilies and Cacti, with Other Information by Orcutt Seed and Plant Company

The California Layia is a beautiful upright bushy plant, about a foot high, and producing in abundance brilliant lemon yellow* single flowers, two inches across, the tips of the rays forming often a scolloped white border.

Google previewStudies of Tropical American Ferns (1912)

by William Ralph Maxon

” Possibly the label of this plant was wrong, for the genus Layia is a Californian one, and this plant has not been collected in New Mexico in late years. - Leucelene ericoides serotina Greene, Pittonia 3: 149. 1896.

Google previewContributions from the United States National Herbarium (1912)

" Possibly the label of this plant was wrong, for the genus Layia is a Californian one, and this plant has not been collected in New Mexico in late years. Leucelene ericoides serotina Greene, Pittonia 3: 149. 1896.

Google previewThe Oregon Naturalist (1891)

The California Layia is a beautiful upright bushy plant, about a foot high, and producing in abund-ance brilliant lemon yellow* single flowers. two inches across, the tips of the rays forming often a scolloped white border.

Google previewMoving Through and Passing On

Fulani Mobility, Survival, and Identity in Ghana by Yaa P. A. Oppong

Layia is a case in point. Layia.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Invasive Species: From Africanized Honey Bees to Zebra Mussels [2 volumes] (2011)

From Africanized Honey Bees to Zebra Mussels by Susan L. Woodward, Joyce A. Quinn

Bagpod, bladderpod Sesbania vesicaria Barbwire Russian thistle Salsola paulsenii Beach layia Layia carnosa Blazing star Liatris spp. Bloodroot Sanguinaria canadensis Bohemian knotweed Polygonum × bohemicum (P. cuspidatum × P.

Google previewThe Treasury of Botany: a Popular Dictionary of Vegetable Kingdom with which is Incorporated a Glossary of Botanical Terms Edited by John Lindley and Thomas Moore (1870)

Part 2

LAYIA. A genus of Composites, of the tribe Heliantheze, including Madaroglossa of De Candolle. It is near to Media, differing chiefly in the achenes not being laterally compressed, and all, at least those of the disk, being crowned by a pappus ...

Google previewAn Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Gardening (1913)

by Walter Page Wright

Larkspur, Butterfly ,, Dwarf Rocket ,, Stock-flowered Lavatera rosea splendens ,, alba splendens Layia elegans ...

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

by Christopher Brickell

LAYIA. COM POSITAE/ASTERACEAE Genus of annuals, useful for hot, dry places. Needs sun and very welledrained soil. Propagate by seed in spring or early fall. L. elegans. See L. platyglossa. L. platyglossa, syn. L. elegans (Tidy tips) .

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Documentary Film 3-Volume Set (2013)

by Ian Aitken

Olga Panagopoulou, Antonis Papadopoulos, Maria Papaliou, Thanassis Rentzis, Yorgos Sifianos, Memi Spyratou, Eva Stefani, Minas Tatalidis, Stella Theodoraki, Yanna Triantafylli, Antonis Voyazos, Dimitris Yatzoutzakis, Layia Yourgou, ...

Google previewDictionary of Generic Names of Seed Plants (1995)

by Tatiana Wielgorskaya, Armen Leonovich Takhtadzhi͡an

Lagenophora, Laggera, Lago- phylla, Lamprachaenium, Laprocephalus, Lamyropappus, Langebergia, Lantanopsis, Lapsana, Lasianthaea, Lasiocephalus, Lasiolaena, Lasiopogon, Lasiospermum, Lasthenia, Launaea, Lawrencella, Layia, ...

Google previewA Manual and Dictionary of the Flowering Plants and Ferns: The classes, cohorts, orders, and chief genera of phanerogams and ferns (1897)

by John Christopher Willis

Layia Hook. et Arn. Compositae (v). 14 sp. west N. Am. Leandra Raddi. Melastomaceae (1). 200 sp. trop. Am. Lebeckia Thunb. Leguminosae (m. 3). 24 sp. S. Afr. Lecanopteris Blume. Polypodiaceae. 1 sp. Indo-mal., often placed in Polypodium ...

Google previewThe Century Supplement to the Dictionary of Gardening (1901)

A Practical and Scientific Encyclopedia of Horticulture for Gardeners and Botanists by George Nicholson

A genua embracing' about twenty -five species of Califomian herbs, nearly all annuals or biennials, usually glandular, viacid, and strongly scented, allied to Layia. Flower 'heads yellow or white, usually small or mediocre. Loaves alternate or ...

Google previewThe 1900 Supplement to the Dictionary of Gardening (1901)

A Practical and Scientific Encyclopaedia of Horticulture for Gardeners and Botanists by George Nicholson

A genus embracing about twenty-fivo species of Californian herbs, nearly all annuals or biennials, usually glandular, viscid, and strongly scented, allied to Layia. Flower-heads yellow or white, usually small or mediocre. Leaves alternate or ...

Google previewThe International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1988)

by Geoffrey W. Bromiley

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Google previewJohnson's Gardener's Dictionary (1894)

by George William Johnson, Charles Henry Wright

See Layia. C. platyglo'ssa. B. M. t. 3719. See L. platyglossa. Callico'ma. (From kalos, beautiful, and coma, hair; in reference to the tufted heads of its yellow flowers. Nat, ord., Saxifrageae. Allied to Weinmannia.) Greenhouse evergreen shrub ...

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Layia - Tidy Tips

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The value of this 5-letter word is 8 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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