Angustifolia sentence example
- Two species of poplar (P. pruinosa and P. diversifolia), Elaeagnus angustifolia, the ash, and a few willows grow along the rivers.
- The flowers, or some of them, were originally described by Nathorst as Williamsonia angustifolia.
- The roots of the Echinacea purpurea, Echinacea angustifolia, and Echinacea pallida are harvested and extracted to make medicinal remedies.
- Alpina, angustifolia, Clusii, and Kochiana, which thrive best in calcareous soils, except the last, which requires a soil free of it.
- The best known kind is S. heterophylla, and of this there is a distinct narrow-leaved form angustifolia, which twines less freely.Advertisement
- A second variety, angustifolia, is one of the finest dwarf evergreens for the rock garden, of dense growth, perfect in shape, with neat dark green leaves.
- Until lately this plant passed as a narrow-leaved variety (angustifolia) of the older one, but when it bloomed freely in 1903 the flowers proved to be distinct-creamy-white with an orange centre.
- T. angustifolia is also quite hardy on a wall facing east.
- There is first the Narrow-leaved Phillyraea (P. angustifolia), 15 feet or so in height, with long narrow leaves which may be small and narrow, as in rosmarinifolia, a fine dwarf evergreen from Italy.
- Between angustifolia and latifolia comes P. media, intermediate in size and vigour as well as in its leaves.Advertisement
- S. angustifolia appears to be a narrow-leaved form, very free-flowering, and more vigorous than S. lutea.
- P. officinalis and P. angustifolia are native plants.
- P. officinalis (sometimes called P. saccharata) has rosy flowers turning to blue, and P. angustifolia bears blue flowers.
- It is very near the rare native P. angustifolia, but a good bit better as a garden plant.
- K. angustifolia grows about 1 1/2 feet high, and bears in early June dense clusters of rosy-pink flowers.Advertisement
- Elaeagnus Angustifolia - The form which grows wild in S.E.
- America. At one time several of the wild kinds were grown, but none proved satisfactory until by crossing and selection a race of seedlings was obtained from Ps. mucronata and angustifolia.
- T. angustifolia is like it except in the size of the narrower leaves and spike, and of the two is perhaps the more graceful.