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Plant of the Month November 2011 Hibiscus mutabilis
mutabilis Vahl (3) Genus species/original Common name Origin citations Rhus copallina L.
Isolation of ipolamiide from Stachytarpheta mutabilis.
Because of this lack of support Richeeae are indicated as sedis mutabilis in the classification (Fig.
As well as the old-fashioned Nicotiana affinis that opens its flowers wide late in the day and scents the evening air, I'd like to grow Nicotiana sylvestris, a giant of a plant that we can use on the shady side of the garden (sylvestris means 'of woods') and a delightful species, Nicotiana mutabilis (meaning changeable), whose dainty flowers turn from white to pink.
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In some old gardens you will see tree poinsettias in bloom along with Hibiscus mutabilis -- why do we have to wait all year to enjoy these lovely plants?
A: The rose you are referring to is Rosa mutabilis, a China rose commonly known as the butterfly rose or ``Tipo Ideale.
Concentrations of lead, cadmium, mercury and other elements in seeds of Lupinus mutabilis and of other legumes.
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