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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for uniflora

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Orobanche uniflora It grows to a height of five centimeters, and has short (up to 3 centimeter) scaly leaves. The flowers grow singly on stalks and may be up to long. The corolla is violet to yellow-brown, two-lipped, finely fringed with five similar lobes. The species has hairless bracts and purple or white flowers with five petals. The main stem is under the ground, with only the pedicels being seen and each pedicel containing only one flower. The stems are grayish tan. No leaves are on the plant. It reproduces from its seeds, which is produced from fruit that has two sections. Many seeds are produced from the plant's fruit.
Centaurea uniflora This alpine plant occurs in the mountainous areas of the south-east Europe at altitudes above 1500 m, on warm, dry and nutrient-rich soils found in meadows and hillsides.
Iris uniflora "Iris uniflora" differs from "Iris ruthenica" by having thick resilient bracts (leaf on flower stem- where a flower emerges) that remain green (or yellow-green) until the seeds mature. On Iris ruthenica, the bracts usually dry out and die, after flowering.
Iris uniflora The flowers come in shades of purple, from blue-purple to violet. They are 4-4.5 cm in diameter. They have a white viened or striped signal (base of the fall of the flower).
Iris uniflora Inside the capsule, are round, black seeds, that have a small (fleshy-like) appendage.
Iris uniflora In 1981, Brian Mathew notes in his book 'The Iris' that "The Flora of the USSR separates this as a distinct species, distinguishedfrom Iris ruthenica".
Melica uniflora The species is growing on plains and on elevation of in the Black Forest and on elevation of in Alps. It can be found in hardwood forests near "Fagus" species. It is also grows in dry and moist woodlands, which can either be acidic or neutral. Sandy or rocky soils are also common for such plants, but they need to be deep and loany as well. It grows on loamy soils in the north, while prefers decalcified soils in the south. The species is identical to "Fagatalia" which can be found in the Fagetum lowlands and also in the Carpinion. It is rarely occurs in the Quercion clusters. Flowers bloom from May to July. Mostly ants feed on the species caryopsis.
Eugenia uniflora Eugenia uniflora, with common names Pitanga, Suriname cherry, Brazilian cherry, Cayenne cherry, or Cerisier Carré is a plant in the family Myrtaceae, native to tropical South America’s east coast, ranging from Suriname, French Guiana to southern Brazil, as well as parts of Paraguay, Argentina and Uruguay. Known as "pitanga" throughout Brazil and Uruguay, or "ñangapirí" in surrounding countries, the plant is relatively pest resistant, easy to grow and high in antioxidants. The tree is also grown in the West Indies, specifically in Haiti, where it is known as "Cerisier Carré", as is in French Guiana.
Anguloa uniflora Anguloa uniflora is a species of orchid and is the type species of its genus.
Pyrrocoma uniflora There are two varieties of this species. The rare var. "gossypina", sometimes called the Bear Valley haplopappus or Bear Valley pyrrocoma, is known only from the San Bernardino Mountains of California. This woolly sunflower-like plant is found in the meadows and the unique pebble plain habitat near Big Bear.