Incomparabilis sentence example

incomparabilis
  • incomparabilis, one of which, with large, double flowers, is known as butter-and-eggs; N.
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  • Tazetta. The type hybrids are N. incomparabilis, Bernardi (both found wild), Nelsoni, Barrii, Burbidgei, Humei, Leedsii, Milneri, tridymus, and odorus.
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  • Of N. incomparabilis there are over a hundred named kinds, the best being: Sir Watkin or Welsh Peerless, Gloria Mundi, Queen Sophia, C.J.
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  • There are three or four handsome double forms of N. incomparabilis, long known in gardens.
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  • The most abundant of these is incomparabilis fl.-pl.
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