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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for corymbosa

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Phacelia corymbosa It is a perennial herb growing mostly erect to a maximum height near 40 centimeters. It is very glandular and coated in stiff hairs. The lower leaves are up to 15 centimeters long and sometimes divided into smaller leaflets; leaves higher on the plant are smaller and generally undivided. The hairy inflorescence is a coiling cluster of cylindrical white flowers, each about half a centimeter long and with five long protruding stamens.
Cardamine corymbosa The plant is native to New Zealand’s subantarctic Auckland and Campbell Islands, as well as to Australia’s Macquarie Island, where it occurs in alpine tundra and rocky coastal habitats. It has been accidentally introduced to other parts of the world, including North America and Europe, where it is a weed of nursery crops grown in polytunnels.
Maranthes corymbosa "Maranthes corymbosa" grows up to tall with a trunk diameter of up to . The smooth bark is grey-brown. The flowers are pink, tinged white. The edible fruits are ellipsoid and measure up to long. The wood is locally used in construction.
Tabernaemontana corymbosa Tabernaemontana corymbosa is a species of plant in the Apocynaceae family. It is found in Brunei, China, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam. Glossy green leaves and faintly sweet scented flower. Flowers continuously all year. Frost tolerant. Grows to about 2metres. Likes full sun to part shade.
Daviesia corymbosa The corymbose flowerheads of "Daviesia corymbosa" distinguish it from other bitter pea species. Furthermore, its green phyllodes contrast with the pale grey-green phyllodes of "D. laevis" and "D. latifolia".
Orobanche corymbosa Orobanche corymbosa is a species of broomrape known by the common name flat-top broomrape. It is native to western North America where it is a parasite growing attached to the roots of other plants, usually sagebrush ("Artemisia tridentata"). It produces a cluster of thick, glandular stems with enlarged bases and stout roots, the hairy stems pale whitish or yellowish, often purple-tinged, and up to tall. As a parasite taking its nutrients from a host plant, it lacks leaves and chlorophyll. The inflorescence is a wide array of a few tubular flowers. Each is or long, coated in glandular hairs, and dark-veined pink or purple in color.
Turbina corymbosa In 1941, Richard Evans Schultes first identified ololiuhqui as "Turbina corymbosa" and the chemical composition was first described in 1960 in a paper by Dr. Albert Hofmann. The seeds contain ergine (LSA), an ergoline alkaloid similar in structure to LSD. The psychedelic properties of "Turbina corymbosa" and comparison of the potency of different varieties were studied in the Central Intelligence Agency's MKULTRA Subproject 22 in 1956.
Carlina corymbosa Carlina corymbosa, common name Clustered Carline Thistle, is a herbaceous perennial plant in the genus "Carlina", belonging to the family Asteraceae.
Aechmea corymbosa Aechmea corymbosa is a species in the genus "Aechmea". This species is native to Venezuela, Colombia, Peru, Brazil and Ecuador.
Pennantia corymbosa The Māori name kaikōmako means food (kai) of the bellbird (kōmako). Traditionally the Māori used kaikōmako to make fire by repeatedly rubbing a pointed stick into a groove on a piece of māhoe.