Top 10 similar words or synonyms for speciosum

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for speciosum

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Verbascum speciosum Verbascum speciosum is a species of flowering plant in the figwort family known by the common name Hungarian mullein or showy mullein. It is native to eastern Europe and western Asia, and it is known in many other regions as an introduced species and roadside weed. It is a biennial herb forming a rosette of large leaves and an erect stem well exceeding one meter in maximum height. The leaves are 30 to 40 centimeters long and have smooth edges and pointed tips. The plant blooms in a large panicle with many branches lined with flowers. Each flower has a corolla measuring 2 to 3 centimeters wide with five yellow petals. There are five stamens coated in long white hairs at the center. The fruit is a capsule up to 7 millimeters in length containing many seeds.
Pleurophyllum speciosum Pleurophyllum speciosum, also known as the Campbell Island daisy, is a megaherb native to the Auckland and Campbell Islands of New Zealand. A false colour image is depicted on the lower left corner on the reverse of the current five dollar New Zealand banknote.
Dendrobium speciosum This orchid is popular in cultivation, growing into a large specimen that does well outdoors in climates with a mild winter. It may be grown in an open mix, on a sturdy tree with an open canopy, or as a terrestrial in a well-drained position. It requires very bright light to full sun. Watering is year round in moderation. It is very temperature tolerant as long as it is not severely frosted and receives good warmth during the growing season. Even in ideal cultivation conditions it may not flower every year, especially so in plants from more southern populations.
Dendrobium speciosum Potential pollinators of Dendrobium speciosum, such as the stingless bee Tetragonula carbonaria, are attracted to the plant by large, cream to yellow, finely segmented, aromatic inflorescences. Flowers vary in size within the six recognised varieties of D. speciosum and are pollinated when visited by bees of appropriate size.
Tropaeolum speciosum Tropaeolum speciosum (common names flame flower and flame nasturtium) is a species of flowering plant in the family Tropaeolaceae native to Chile, where it is known locally as "coralito", "quintralito", or "voqui".
Vexillum speciosum Vexillum (Pusia) speciosum, common name : the specious mitre, is a species of small sea snail, marine gastropod mollusk in the family Costellariidae, the ribbed miters.
Vexillum speciosum This species is distributed in the Indian Ocean along Réunion, Chagos and the Mascarene basin
Grammatophyllum speciosum It is an epiphytic and occasionally a lithophytic plant, forming spectacular root bundles. Its cylindric pseudobulbs can grow to a length of 2.5 m. It can grow to gigantic clusters weighing from several hundred kilograms to more than one ton.
Grammatophyllum speciosum It is native to New Guinea, Indonesia, Malaysia and Philippines, growing in crotches of large trees on exposed areas of the lowland tropical rainforest.
Tropaeolum speciosum The flame flower is not considered easy to grow. In some places it thrives and in others it fails completely. It does particularly well in Scotland and has been called the "Scottish flame flower" and the "glory of the Highlands". It will grow in full sun or partial sun but likes a cool moist root run and is suited to acid or neutral soils. It can be propagated from seed or by division. The plant cannot tolerate lengthy periods of snow cover but is hardy down to a temperature of about . It is in USDA Hardiness Zone 8. It must be considered as such because during dormancy it generally retreats to a small underground tuber, where frost often does not penetrate.