Paeonia clusii - Kreta, Kárpathos, Rhodos (inkludert Paeonia rhodia på Rhodos). *Paeonia coriacea - Korsika, Sardinia, Sør- ... Paeonia kesrouanensis - Libanon, Syria, Tyrkia (inkludert Paeonia turcica). *silkepion (Paeonia lactiflora) - Kina, Korea, ... I Europa var klosterpion (Paeonia officinalis) og Paeonia mascula viktige legeurter, og i Øst-Asia brukes silkepion (Paeonia ... Paeonia wittmanniana - Kaukasus, Tyrkia, Nord-Iran. Referanser[rediger , rediger kilde]. *^ a b c «Paeonia». Flora of China. ...
"Paeonia". Encyclopædia Britannica online. "The Ancient Kingdom of Paionia,". Balkan Studies 6. 1965. Francisco Villar. Gli ...
As a student of the classics he was passionate about Greece, its mountains and plants (such as Paeonia) and all things Greek, ... Stearn's generic work at the museum concentrated on Allium, Lilium and Paeonia. He continued to travel widely, with field work ... in Noltie (1994) Stearn, W. T. (2011-08-11). Paeonia. pp. 17-23. ISBN 978-0-521-76151-2. , in Cullen et al. (2011) vol. 4 (vol ... Stern, F. C. (1946). A Study of the Genus Paeonia. Illustrated by Lilian Snelling. London: Royal Horticultural Society. Strid, ...
The appearance of Paeonia daurica Andrews (syn. Paeonia mascula subsp. triternata Boiss.), as observed at the latter community ...
Paeonia Georgiev, Vladimir. Paliga, Sorin. Pre-Slavic place-names. 2002. Wilkes, John. The Illyrians. Blackwell Publishing, ...
As a scientist, he studied the taxonomy of genera Paeonia, Daphne and Haworthia. He also published popular books such as The ... Acta Musei Richnoviensis 6 (3) Systematic treatment of the Genus Paeonia L. with some nomenclatural changes (1997). Acta Musei ... "The Genus Paeonia". Timber Press. Retrieved 2016-08-01. IPNI. Halda. ... Sen Dobre The Genus Paeonia (2004) with J.W. Waddick. Timber Press Eggli, Urs; Newton, Leonard E. (2013). Etymological ...
The Haloragaceae are very diverse in habit, including both small trees and submerged aquatics. Most members of the Haloragaceae are herbaceous, and most of those in turn are perennials, though some species are annuals. In contrast however, members of the genus Haloragodendron are woody. Most species of Myriophyllum are monoecious while most other taxa have hermaphrodite flowers. The flowers are usually small and inconspicuous, but some genera can have more "showy" conspicuous flowers (Haloragodendron, Glischrocaryon). Flowers are usually radially symmetrical, and unusual for core Eudicots, merosity is (2-3)-4 parted. Petals are usually keeled or hooded when present. In Myriophyllum female flowers usually lack a perianth. They have (2-)4-8 stamens and an inferior ovary of (2-)4 carpels. In Myriophyllum the fruit is a schizocarp of 1-seeded 'nutlets' other genera can have nuts or drupes that can be winged or inflated.[2][3] ...
The Plantsman 13: 94 - 97 (1991). Paeonia ostii in Britain. The New Plantsman 7: 160 - 63 (2000). Tree Peonies, a Review of ... Country Life May 17, 1990: 188 -89 (1990). A review of the infraspecific taxa of Paeonia suffruticosa Andrews. Edinburgh ... The New Plantsman 8: 156 - 71 (2001). Paeonia delavayi, a variable species. The New Plantsman 8: 251 - 53 (2001). Tree peonies ... and the Australian National Herbarium Carsten Burkhardt's Web Project Paeonia Jackson, Peter (2007) Review of Stephen G. Haw ...
Paeonia mairei Paeonia mascula Paeonia russoi Paeonia obovata japonica Paeonia officinalis Paeonia ostii Paeonia rockii Paeonia ... Paeonia algeriensis Paeonia anomala Paeonia arietina Paeonia broteri Paeonia brownii (Brown's peony) Paeonia californica ( ... Paeonia californica Paeonia cambessedesii Paeonia cambessedesii Paeonia daurica mlokosewitschii Paeonia delavayi Paeonia emodi ... Paeonia parnassica (Greek peony) Paeonia peregrina Paeonia sterniana Paeonia tenuifolia (Steppe peony) Paeonia veitchii ( ...
nana Paeonia officinalis subsp. banatica Ziziphus pubescens subsp. glabra There are 453 species, one subspecies, and five ...
Obovata peony (Paeonia obovata). 69 families, 136 genera, 181 species of flowering plants exist here.. ...
declining) Paeonia obovata Maxim. - (rare) Paeonia oreogeton S. Moore - (declining) Paeonia tenuifolia L. - (declining) Paeonia ... et Zoz - (endangered) Mannagettaea hummelii H. Smith - (declining) Paeonia caucasica (Schipcz.) Schipcz. - (rare) Paeonia ...
Host: Vaccinium Lophodermium paeoniae. Hosts: Paeonia Lophodermium petiolicola. Hosts: Castanea, Quercus Lophodermium piceae. ...
There were two periods of the Song dynasty, northern and southern, and both were known for the construction of famous gardens. Emperor Huizong (1082-1135) was an accomplished painter of birds and flowers. A scholar himself, he integrated elements of the scholar garden into his grand imperial garden. His first garden, called The Basin of the Clarity of Gold, was an artificial lake surrounded by terraces and pavilions. The public was invited into the garden in the spring for boat races and spectacles on the lake. In 1117 he personally supervised the building of a new garden. He had exotic plants and picturesque rocks brought from around China for his garden, particularly the prized rocks from Lake Tai. Some of the rocks were so large that, in order to move them by water on the grand canal, he had to destroy all the bridges between Hangzhou and Beijing. In the center of his garden he had constructed an artificial mountain a hundred meters high, with cliffs and ravines, which he named Genyue, or ...
Herodotus described them as a tribe of Paeonia, together with the Odomanti and Doberes in the vicinity of Pangaeum. The only ... Peltast Osogovo "Agrianes: Greece (Paeonia)". Trismegistos. Retrieved 23 November 2016. Shea, John (1997-01-01). Macedonia and ...
OCLC 4017629 Stern, F.C., Snelling, Lilian, & Stella Ross-Craig (1946). Study of the genus Paeonia. London: Royal Horticultural ... Study of the genus Paeonia (1946) and Fred Stoker's A Book of Lilies (1943.) In 1954 she was appointed MBE in the Birthday ...
Tribe 5. Paeoniaceae Genus: Actaea, Zanthorhiza, Paeonia. Ordo 2. Dilleniaceae Tribe 1. Delimeae Genus: Tetracera, Davilla, ...
"Nassos Daphnis_e". paeonia.ch. Retrieved September 21, 2015. artnet news Nassos Daphnis' Vibrant Digital Landscapes Dazzle at ...
Paeonia Masson, Olivier (2003) [1996]. "[Ancient] Macedonian language". In Hornblower, S. and Spawforth A. (eds.). The Oxford ...
Ancient Coinage of Paeonia, Patraos. ...
작약 (RR: jagyak): Peony (genus Paeonia)[18] *^ 나도바람꽃 (RR: nadobaramkkot): Enemion raddeanum (East Asian false rue anemone),[18] ...
... and Paeonia sterniana. Stern, F. C. (1946). A Study Of The Genus Paeonia. Illustrated by Lilian Snelling. Royal Horticultural ... The Tibetan form of Paeonia lutea (1947). Royal Horticultural Society, London Snowdrops and snowflakes: a study of the genera ...
The larvae feed on Paeonia brownii. A review of the genus Euros Hy. Edwards (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae: Apameiini) with ...
Raphael, Nicholas and Irene (Paeonia, Greece). Since 2007 Dorotheos Dbar served in the Holy Metropolis of Goumenissa, Aksiupol ...
Paeon (son of Endymion) - Eponym of Paeonia. Paeon (son of Poseidon) - By Helle, sister of Phrixus. Palaemon (Παλαίμων) - a ...