Japonicum sentence example

japonicum
  • Ruyschianum, a handsome species, has narrow Hyssop-like leaves and purplish-blue flowers, but its variety japonicum, a new introduction from Japan, is even more showy.
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  • The Chinese P. amurense is the hardier and more vigorous kind, P. japonicum being perhaps a form of it, and P. sachalinense, a promising kind, the last to come.
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  • Henrys variety of H. japonicum is found to be a very good plant.
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  • O. japonicum, an elegant Japanese Fern, often grown in the greenhouse, is hardy in the outdoors fernery.
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  • P. japonicum is a taller kind with long narrow leaves and a dense rounded spike.
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