argentea, commonly known
as the plumed ****scomb
****'s comb, is a herbaceous plant
origin, and is known
for its very bright...
- are common garden ornamental
plants. Celosia argentea
or Lagos spinach
gr****, soko, celosia, feather ****scomb
) is a broadleaf...
- to the variety
by Indian, Burmese, and Chinese gardeners
it near temples. The name ****scomb
is used as the flower looks
like the head on a...
- cold and frost
can also cause
fasciation. Some plants, such as peas and ****scomb
Celosia, may inherit
the trait. Fasciation
is not contagious, but bacteria...
- (staff-vine) Celmisia
daisy, New Zealand
(hackberry) Centaurea Centaurium Centradenia Centranthus
- Lingering Garden
(simplified Chinese: 留园; traditional
Chinese: 留園; pinyin: Liú Yuán; Suzhou
Wu: Leu yoe, Wu Chinese
pronunciation: [løʏ ɦyø]) is a renowned...
- Purple stonecrop Sedum praealtum
DC. – Greater Mexican
stonecrop, green ****scomb Sedum
pulc****um Michx. – Widow's-cross Sedum pusillum
Michx. – Granite...
("Iron Arhat"): a Si Da Ming Cong tea. Bai Jiguan
"): a Si Da Ming Cong tea. A light
tea with light, yellowish
- in Australia. The genera Amaranthus
(the amaranths) and Celosia
species, as well as species whose seeds
- 'Pouch' leaf-gall on elm leaf (aphid Tetraneura
ulmi), Netherlands. '****scomb
' leaf-galls (aphid Colopha
compressa), Poland. 'Bladder' leaf-galls on...