Umbellata sentence example
- Iberis umbellata (Candytuft): hardy, t ft., white, rose, purple, crimson.
- umbellata, 8 in., silvery leaves and white flowers; and A.
- Annual Candytuft (Iberis Umbellata) - This and its ally (I. coronaria) are the hardy annual Candytufts.
- I. umbellata nana rosea and alba are two of the most distinct, being about 9 inches high; the dark crimson, carmine, lilac, and purple sorts, about 1 foot high, are also fine.
- Elaeagnus Umbellata - a beautiful shrub.Advertisement
- C. umbellata, with glossy, unspotted leaves and somewhat larger reddish flowers, is also suited for like positions.
- C. umbellata is a distinct and pretty plant, the flower dazzling magentacrimson.
- A. arenaria and A. umbellata should be planted in rather poor, light and dry soil, on open well-drained borders.
- The seeds often remain dormant for some time before vegetating; those of A. umbellata germinate readily.
- Spraguea - S. umbellata, a singular and pretty plant allied to Claytonia, 6 to 9 inches high, has fleshy foliage, and spikes of showy pinkish blossoms.Advertisement