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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for thyrsiflora

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Aganope thyrsiflora Aganope thyrsiflora is a liana which shows the characters of a shrub when small. It is found in most of the tropical Asian countries.
Dichorisandra thyrsiflora It was first described by the naturalist Johann Christian Mikan in 1823.
Dichorisandra thyrsiflora It was first grown in England in 1822, and is recorded from Sir William MacArthur's catalogue in 1857 of plants he grew in Camden southwest of Sydney. It has become naturalised in a small region of northeastern New South Wales in Australia.
Cussonia thyrsiflora It can be grown as an attractive shrub or tree for coastal gardens, as it can withstand beach soils and winds. However, it also thrives in acidic or clay soils.
Ageratina thyrsiflora Ageratina thyrsiflora is a North American species of plants in the sunflower family. It is native mostly to northwestern Mexico (states of Chihuahua, Durango, Jalisco, Sinaloa, and Sonora). The range extends just barely into the United States, a single herbarium specimen having been collected in 1929 just north of the border town of Nogales, Arizona.
Dichorisandra thyrsiflora Dichorisandra thyrsiflora or blue ginger is a tropical plant which resembles ginger in growth and habit, but is actually related to the spiderworts (the genus "Tradescantia"). The plant is native to the tropical woodlands of North, Central and South America, specially in Atlantic Forest vegetation in Brazil. Of the family Commelinaceae, they are cultivated for their handsome spotted stems, large shiny foliage which is held horizontally, surmounted by striking blue flowers.
Cussonia thyrsiflora It is normally a thick evergreen shrub with bisexual yellow flowers and black fruits, however it can be pruned to allow it to grow as a proper tree of up to 5 meters.
Lysimachia thyrsiflora Lysimachia thyrsiflora, commonly known as tufted loosestrife, is a plant in the genus "Lysimachia". It is native to large sections of the northern Northern Hemisphere, including Eurasia and North America. It often grows in marshes, shorelines of lakes and ponds and occasionally along streams. It is an erect perennial herb growing up to 80 centimeters tall and bearing yellow flowers, sometimes dotted with purple. It may be confused with purple loosestrife when not blooming but can be easily distinguished because purple loosestrife has a square stem. Tufted loosestrife has been used medicinally in Asia to combat high blood pressure.
Lysimachia thyrsiflora It is a rare species in Britain, where it is found in "Salix cinerea" - "Galium palustre" wet woodland (community W1 of the British National Vegetation Classification system), "Salix pentandra" - "Carex rostrata" wet woodland (NVC community W3) and "Carex rostrata" - "Sphagnum recurvum" mire (community M4).
Rhus thyrsiflora Rhus thyrsiflora is a species of plant in the Anacardiaceae family. It is endemic to Yemen. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical dry forests.