5 edition of Plants and their names found in the catalog.
|Statement||R. Hyam, R. Pankhurst.|
|Contributions||Pankhurst, R. J. 1940-, Royal Botanic Garden. Edinburgh.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||545|
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About the Author. A cofounder of the American Society for Horticultural Science, Liberty Hyde Bailey () wrote many scientific works as well as books that explained botany to lay readers.
In addition to serving as the first Dean and Director of the State College of Agriculture at Cornell, Bailey played a prominent role in the development Cited by: Plants and Their Names is the ideal reference for anyone interested in plants and gardening.
O entries cover both the scientific and common names of flowering plants, ferns, and conifers - providing a short description of the plant and the origin of its name, the group or family to which it belongs, geographical origin and distribution, and applications in medicinal, culinary, industrial, and Cited by: Here is the first compact dictionary that combines definitions of botanical names in general usage, with information on their derivation and guides to pronunciation.
For the vast number of horticulturalists, gardeners, and plant lovers interested in the origin and derivation of plant names, this book will be an invaluable by: 3. Origin of the plant's botanical name, the meaning of its name, where the plant originally came from, its family - all information that helps the gardener understand the plant and remember its botanical name.
I was surprised to learn that many botanical names are not of Latin derivation, but are Greek or simply named after a person/5(18). I'm so glad I found this book.
I'm a botany nerd with a penchant for Latin and language, so this was right up my alley. I wasn't aware until the author mentioned editing a book in the 's that I realized this was a re-print from the 's, and while I'm sure that significant things have changed in taxonomy and horticultural plants, I think there's a good basis of information, shared in a /5.
From Booklist. From abelia to zinnia, here is a short history--and illustrations--of common flowers. Take the poppy, for example; the botanical name Papaver is from the Latin, possibly going back to pap, a milky food that could have associations with the opium poppy's milky juice.
The field or corn poppy, Papaver rhoeas, Cited by: 2. The flowering maple (scientific name: Abutilon hybridum) is part of a large plant genus of flowering and foliage type plants. Clivia Miniata Caring advice and description of the kaffir lily plant, (botanical name: Clivia miniata), also the common name bush lily.
Pachystachys Lutea. Callicarpa dichotoma. Campanula portenschlagiana. Campsis radicans. Canna Phasion (Tropicanna). Carya ovata. Caryopteris x clandonensis. Celastrus spp. (Introduction). Centaurea montana Amethyst Dream.
Cerastium tomentosum. Chamaecyparis obtusa Gracilis. Chamaecyparis pisifera Gold Mops. Re-annual plants: plants which, due to a rare 4-dimensional twist in their genetic structure, flower and grow before their seed germinates (from Terry Pratchett's Discworld). Red weed: a red plant from Mars brought to Earth possibly accidentally by the invading Martians in the.
There is also a short paragraph to explain what genus and species names mean and you are told whether the plant you are reading about is an orchid, or a herbaceous perennial, or a shrub etc It doesn't contain a listing for every plant as it's really a pocket sized book /5().
The common names of plants will, presumably, always be with us in some form or other, because they are easier to relate to and roll off the tongue better than the corresponding scientific names of an informal setting, who would be pedantic enough to prefer Cerastium tomentosum as a handle to the much more romantic "snow-in-summer"?In fact, some botanical names are downright ugly.
The PLANTS Database provides standardized information about the vascular plants, mosses, liverworts, hornworts, and lichens of the U.S. and its territories. Plant of the Week.
purple passionflower. Passiflora incarnata L. Click on the photo for a full plant profile. #N# National Wetland Plant List. All About Plants Plants are living things that are made up of cells. They need air, water, soil, and sunlight to live. They cannot move from place to place, but their leaves move to catch the sun and their roots move to-wards water.
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These few chapters cover virtually every aspect of the subject of how plants get their names and what those names signify. 11 illustrations. This page lists plants referenced in The Bible, ordered alphabetically by English common/colloquial plants whose identities are unconfirmed or debated the most probable species is listed.
Plants named in the Old Testament (Hebrew Bible or Tenakh) are given with their Hebrew name, while those mentioned in the New Testament are given with their Greek names.
Included with the book is an actual seed packet that’s plantable so your child can see the story of the book with their own eyes. How to Grow a Seed This book follows the path of an acorn that turns into a mighty oak tree. Because of the young ages that the book targets, it provides simple explanations of scientific concepts and eases the.
An Alocasia plant, native to Asia, is also called an Elephant Ear plant or African Mask plant because of their very large, glossy, heart-shaped leaves with wavy edges. These stunning, veined leaves come in red, bronze, blue-gree. Greater understanding of such plants will enhance their appreciation of nature and their various fields of study.
The authors hope that this book will inspire and stimulate further research and greater interest in nature, biodiversity, bioconservation, drug discovery and our natural resources, the medicinal plants.
In Europe, apothecaries stocked herbal ingredients for their medicines. In the Latin names for plants created by Linnaeus, the word officinalis indicates that a plant was used in this way. For example, the marsh mallow has the classification Althaea officinalis, as it was traditionally used as an emollient to soothe ulcers.
Ayurvedic medicine. The Plant List — all families The Plant List contains a working list of plants of the world. The species included are grouped into genera, families and 4 major groups. Common Name. Page. Acacia koa koa 47 Acacia koaia koai‘a 47 Acacia mangium mangium 47 Acalypha wilkensiana beefsteak 47 Ajuga reptans carpet bugle 47 Aleurites moluccana kukui, lama, lumbang, sakan, raguar, candlenut tree 47 Alpinia zerumbet shell ginger 47 Arachis glabrata forage peanut 48 Arachis pintoi cv.
Amarillo forage peanut The book Zambian Plants: their vernacular names and uses, Dennis G. Fowler is published by Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Zambian Plants: their vernacular names and uses, Fowler All Chicago e-books are on sale at 30% off with the code EBOOK These plant and flower pictures are for identification purposes.
Common house plants pictures with names for identification. Each indoor house plant's picture is linked to a page with how to care for the house plant. If you see a plant that looks similar to your indoor house plant but varies a little in size, color or some other way, you should.
Buy Stearn's Dictionary of Plant Names for Gardeners: A Handbook on the Origin and Meaning of the Botanical Names of Some Cultivated Plants Reprint by Stearn, William T., Elliott, Brent, Smith, Isadore L.
(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(18). If you want to find flowers from trees, shrubs (bushes), vines, bulbs or aquatic plants, cactus-succulents, please go to these pages.
All plants are listed in alphabetical order (A to Z) of their English names. Because there are many names for a plant, I try the best to use the most common name.
Often, plants are displayed using their common names. Common names are often provincial, can describe an aspect of the plant, and can sometimes be hilarious. The snake plant, for instance, is also. picture Botanical name Common name Borders Info: Id# Iris versicolor: Blue Flag Iris: 6: Phormium tenax 'Amazing Red' New Zealand Flax:.
The principal aim Of this book is 0) to provide detailed information on important medicinal plants Of Bolipara. Bandarban and to preserve the traditional knowledge Of herbal healers on medicinal plants use. This book describes 31 species With medicinal properties, and including the scientific name; Bengali name; family name: vernacular name.
Have you ever wondered how animals and plants get their names. People give them names, lots of different names. Even the simple cockroaches you see either inside of buildings or outside in their usual damp dark protected places have more than one name.
Authors of Plant Names (Brummitt & Powell) by Richard Kenneth Brummitt and C. Powell,is a print database of accepted standardized abbreviations used for citing the author who validly published the name of a taxon.
The database is now maintained online at the International Plant Names Index. The book provides recommended abbreviations for authors' names that help to distinguish. Plants and their names: a concise dictionary by Hyam, R. & Pankhurst, R. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Thanks for visiting and come back soon as information on indoor house plants, pictures and more are being added all of the time.
I hope that your indoor tropical house plants and all of your plants and flowers are happy, green and growing because that is why I started this site. If you have questions about your indoor plants, you can send an indoor house plant question. Mar 6, - Explore margobangert's board "Succulents with names", followed by people on Pinterest.
See more ideas about Succulents, Planting succulents and Cacti and succulents pins. Aloe. Scientific Name: Aloe vera Common Names: Aloe, cape, barbados Family: Asphodelaceae Part Used: Leaves Habitat: Aloe is native to the Mediterranean.
It also grows in Latin America and the Caribbean. The gel inside of the leaves of the Aloe plant can be used externally to treat minor burns, sun burn, cuts, scrapes and poison ivy.
Most common wildflower books rely on some regional botanical authority's detailed book for their plant names, and it is in this book, not the common wildflower picture book, that you will find the accepted scientific name and its synonyms listed. Most scientific plant names are agreed on and are identical from one book to another, but when.
Some of my books listed the family names of the plants, but never suggested how that information could be useful. learning to identify plants and their uses together as groups and families. My quest turned into a book Botany in a Day, to share with other people this "patterns method" of learning plants.
On plant walks with a favorable. Ken Thompson is a plant biologist with a keen interest in the science of gardening. He writes and lectures extensively and has written five gardening books.