Definition of Rumex Patientia. Meaning of Rumex Patientia. Synonyms of Rumex Patientia

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Definition of Rumex Patientia

Rumex Patientia
Parella Pa*rel"la, Parelle Pa`relle, n. [Cf. F. parelle.] (Bot.) (a) A name for two kinds of dock (Rumex Patientia and R. Hydrolapathum). (b) A kind of lichen (Lecanora parella) once used in dyeing and in the preparation of litmus.

Meaning of Rumex Patientia from wikipedia

- Rumex patientia, known as patience dock, garden patience, herb patience, or monk's rhubarb, is a herbaceous perennial flowering plant belonging to the...
- ParodiParaguayan dock Rumex patagonicus Rech.f. Rumex patientia L. – patience dock, garden patience, monk's rhubarb Rumex paucifolius Nutt. – alpine...
- name for several species of docks (Rumex): Rumex crispus (curly dock), native to Europe and western Asia Rumex patientia (patience dock) This page is an...
- to certain species of the closely related docks (Rumex): Rumex alpinus (Alpine dock) Rumex patientia (patience dock) This page is an index of articles...
- Adults are on wing from May to September. The larvae feed on Rumex (including Rumex patientia), Polygonum and Solidago species. mothphotographersgroup Anweiler...
- dock Rumex obtusifolius, bitter dock Rumex occidentalis, western dock Rumex patientia, patience dock Rumex paucifolius, alpine sheep sorrel Rumex salicifolius...
- Retrieved 2013-12-30. Schuster et al 2015. this name is also used for Rumex patientia "Bistorta officinalis (meadow bistort)". Go Botany. New England Wildflower...
- (Onopordum acanthium), motherwort (Leonurus cardiaca) and patience dock (Rumex patientia). 4.9 hectares (530,000 sq ft) of the Tourbillon Hill are also included...
- mesopotamicus Rumex nepalensis Rumex occultans Rumex patientia subsp. Orientalis Rumex patientia subsp. patientia Rumex pulcher subsp. C****ius Rumex pulcher...
- etc. Ground cover is very rich and dicotyledonous herbs dominate: Rumex patientia, Primula spp., and anemone spp. Local forests are the abode of black...