Macrantha sentence example

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  • Cat Mint (Nepeta) - Herbaceous perennials, of which N. macrantha has rather showy purple flowers, but is too tall and coarse for the border.
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  • In mild places the common E. macrantha succeeds in the open, but, as a rule, it must be regarded as a wall shrub.
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  • Somewhat similar to E. macrantha is E. rubra; but the foliage is less handsome and the flowers are paler.
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  • Ingrami is one of the best, being hardier than E. macrantha, though not so handsome.
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  • Campanula Macrantha - The stems of this handsome plant rise to a height of 5 feet, terminated by clusters of large deep blue flowers almost as large as Canterbury Bells, but less contracted at the mouth of the tube.
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  • I. macrantha is more stately, with huge violet-purple bells.
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  • Sternbergia Macrantha - This is a really handsome species, the leaves blunt and slightly glaucous, about an inch broad when fully developed about midsummer; flowers bright yellow in autumn.
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  • A cross between these two species, known as Alberti macrantha, has great vigour, and is more profuse in its snow-white flowers than either of the parents.
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  • Other showy annuals are Ce. sinuata and its variety maxima, Ce. macrantha, odorata, bistorta, Veitchiana, and Drummondi.
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