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Smilacina

Definition of the noun Smilacina

What does Smilacina mean as a name of something?

Smilacina is a genus of Asparagaceae.

Smilacina is a kind of Nolinoideae.

Phrases with Smilacina

Phrases starting with the word Smilacina:

  1. Smilacina Bifolia
  2. Smilacina ciliata
  3. Smilacina Borealis
  4. Smilacina Dilatata
  5. Smilacina liliacea
  6. Smilacina racemosa
  7. Smilacina stellata
  8. Smilacina trifolia

Phrases ending with the word Smilacina:

  1. genus Smilacina
  2. Phoma Smilacina
  3. Adenia Smilacina
  4. Eurema Smilacina
  5. Hiraea Smilacina
  6. Gouania Smilacina
  7. Bauhinia Smilacina
  8. Dichaena Smilacina
  9. Discosia Smilacina
  10. Howardia Smilacina
  11. Schnella Smilacina
  12. Didymella Smilacina

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Google previewWood and Garden (2011)

Notes and Thoughts, Practical and Critical, of a Working Amateur by Gertrude Jekyll

The neat little Smilacina is a near relation of the Lily of the Valley; its leaves are of an even more vivid green, and its little modest spikes of white flower are charming. It loves the poor, sandy soil, and increases in it fast, but will have nothing to say to clay. A very delicate and beautiful North American fern ( Dialcsomla prmctilobulata) proves a good colonist in the copse. It spreads rapidly by creeping roots, and looks much like our native Thelqlpterrls, but is of a paler green colour.

Google previewNorthern Rocky Mountain Wildflowers (2012)

Including Glacier, Waterton Lakes, Banff, Jasper, Kootenay, Mount Revelstoke, and Yoho National Park by H. Wayne Phillips

Smilacina means a "small Smilax," and refers to this plant's resemblance to plants in the genus Smilax (catbriers and greenbriers). Racemosa implies that the plant has a simple-branched raceme flower arrangement. but actually the flowers are arranged in a many-branched panicle. True "Solomon's ...

Google previewWood and Garden - Notes and Thoughts, Practical and Critical, of a Working Amateur (2016)

by Jekyll, Gertrude

The neat little Smilacina is a near relation of the Lily of the Valley; its leaves are of an even more vivid green, and its little modest spikes of white flower are charming. It loves the poor, sandy soil, and increases in it fast, but will have nothing to say to clay. A very delicate and beautiful North American fern ( Dicksonia punctilobulata) proves a good colonist in the copse. It spreads rapidly by creeping roots, and looks much like our native Thelipteris, but is of a paler green colour.

Google previewProceedings (1907)

The Smilacina is an abundant constituent of the tamarack swamp. The Vaccinium , however, is common as Eriophorum. The Picea nigra is given as the pioneer for the Mt. Katadin bog. Whitford” speaks of a tamarack-spruce zone following the Cassandra. Coulter" in a paper, “An Ecological Comparison of Some Typical Swamp Areas,” refers to the formation of the bogs on North Manitou Island as follows: “The peat mosses which thrive so luxuriantly in poorly drained conditions are ...

Google previewThe Cyclopædia of India and of Eastern and Southern Asia (1885)

Commercial, Industrial and Scientific, Products of the Mineral, Vegetable, and Animal Kingdoms, Useful Arts and Manufactures by Edward Balfour

SMILACINA is a pot-herb growing in Tibet, north of Kanchinjinga. It is a beautiful plant, from two to five feet high, and has plaited leaves and crowded panicles of white bell - shaped flowers, like those of its ally the lily of the valley, which it also resembles in its mucilaginous properties. It is called Choklibi, and its young flower-heads, sheathed in tender green leaves, form an excellent vegetable. — Hooter's Himal. Journ. SMILAX, a genus of plants which gives its name to the natural ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Border Plants (1999)

by Hanneke Van Dijk

Smilacina racemosa Smilacina racemosa racemosa, or False spikenard is most.

Google previewTaylor's Encyclopedia of Garden Plants (2003)

by Frances Tenenbaum

Smilacina racemosa Solanum jasminoides Solenopsis axillaris Solenostemon scutellarioides 'Solar Summer' Solidago sempervirens. s species, ornamental fruits. A good choice for small shady gardens. HOW TO GROW ...

Google previewJohnson's Gardener's Dictionary (1894)

by George William Johnson, Charles Henry Wright

Smilacina borealis, B.M. t. 1155, and S. umbellata. – uniflora. White. July. North America. Syn., Smilacina uniflora. Clioco'cca tenuifolia. See Linum Babingtonii. Clipping hedges should be confined to those of the commonest and hardiest ...

Google previewThe New International Encyclopaedia (1915)

by Frank Moore Colby, Talcott Williams

Smilacina (false Solomon's seal), Polygonatum (Solomon's seal), Trillium (wake- robin), and Smilax ( greenbrier ) . LILIBEO, le'Ie-b&'d. See CAPE BOEO.

Google previewThe Illustrated Dictionary of Gardening (1889)

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

Smilacina, Desfoutaines. Smilax, Linnaeus. Smithia, Aiton. Smyrnium, Linnaeus. Sobralia, Ruiz and Pavon. Socratea, Karsteu. Solaudra, Swartz. Solauum, Linnaeus. Solaria, Philippi. Soldauella, Linnaeus. Solenanthus, Ledebour. Solenidium ...

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 (1849)

by John Marius Wilson

_ 4-_*~__-_-—_ SMILACINA. or not at all ; its dry dung passes in very small, hard balls. Soon after the first attack of fever, there appear on all the bare parts of the body, particularly about the mouth, eyes, and on the inner surface of the leg and ...

Google previewAmerican Edition of the British Encyclopedia (1819)

Or, Dictionary of Arts and Sciences ; Comprising an Accurate and Popular View of the Present Improved State of Human Knowledge by William Nicholson

Convallaria, Smilacina, and Maianthemum, by Desfontaines. CONVENTICLE, a private assembly or meeting, for the ...

Google previewBritish Encyclopedia (1819)

Or, Dictionary of Arts and Sciences, Comprising an Accurate and Popular View of the Present Improved State of Human Knowledge by William Nicholson

Convallaria, Smilacina, and Maianthemum, by Desfontaines. CONVENTICLE, a private assembly or meeting, for the ...

Google previewThe Rural Cyclopedia, Or A General Dictionary of Agriculture (1851)

And of the Arts, Sciences, Instruments, and Practice, Necessary to the Farmer, Stockfarmer, Gardener, Forester, Landsteward, Farrier, &c by John Marius Wilson

SMILACINA. A genus of hardy, ornamental, perennial-rooted, herbaceous plants, of the smilax order. Nine species, varying in height from 3 to 25 inches, and carrying either white or yellow flowers in summer, have been introduced to Britain , ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia of Plants (1872)

Comprising the Specific Character, Description, and Every Other Desirable Particular Respecting All the Plants Indigenous to Britain. Ed. by Mrs. Loudon, Assisted by G. Don and D. Wooster by John Claudius Loudon

Several others, as Uvulziria, Smilacina, Polygoniitum, and Trillium are objects of ...

Google previewLoudon's Encyclopaedia of Plants (1880)

Comprising the Specific Character, Description, Culture, History, Application in the Arts, and Every Other Desirable Particular Respecting All the Plants Indigenous To, Cultivated In, Or Introduced Into Britain. New Impression, Ed. by Mrs. Loudon, Assisted by George Don and David Wooster by John Claudius Loudon

Several others, as Uvularia, Smilacina, Polygonétum, and Trillium are objects of ornament. Smilax is remarkable for its twining stems, and its leaves, which resemble those of Dicot ledones - the roots of several species form the saraaparilla of ...

Google previewThe Cyclopædia, Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Literature (1819)

by Abraham Rees

SMILACINA, in Botany, a name which, with all our respect for its excellent author, professor Desfontaines, we cannot admit, as being fabricated from another existing generic name, Smilax, and therefore contrary to found Linnaean laws, and to ...

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Smilacina hirta (Convallariaceae)

IVO Novogeorgievka village, Primorsky Krai, the Russian Far East.

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