1 edition of Wistarias found in the catalog.
Written in English
|Statement||the Garden Nurseries, A.E. Wohlert, owner|
|Contributions||Wohlert, A. E. (Anton Emil) 1869-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 unnumbered pages :|
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Always informative and amusing. The Times gardening columnist Stephen Anderton provides a compendium of answers to those perennial niggling questions and queries about gardening: everything from when to cut back old hedges to persuading reluctant wistarias to flower, and from choosing climbers for north walls to eliminating : Stephen Anderton.
The Sierra Madre Wistaria is one of the 7 horticultural wonders of the world according to Guinness Book of World Records, sharing honors with the California Sequoia National Park Redwood Forests, the Gardens of Buckingham Palace, Japan’s Yokohama Rock Gardens, Brazil’s Amazon Tropical Jungle, India’s Taj Mahal Gardens, and Mexico’s Xochimilco Floating Gardens.
House & garden Volume 13 [Books Group] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher.
Not indexed. Not illustrated. Excerpt: stake and in a few years will be stiff enough to sustain a published: 14 May, Nevertheless, the earliest example of the plant’s name in the Oxford English Dictionary uses the “wistaria” spelling. Here’s the citation, from The Suburban Horticulturist, an book by John Claudius Loudon: “Vines, roses, Wistarias, or other luxuriant climbers.” Help support the Grammarphobia Blog with your donation.
What made you want to look up wistarias. Include any comments and questions you have about this word. apps SCRABBLE ® Dictionary. The perfect dictionary for playing SCRABBLE ® - an enhanced version of the best-selling book from Merriam-Webster. Learn More». The Member of the Wedding, p.3 on the blue sky.
April that year came sudden and still, and the green of the trees was a wild bright green. The pale wistarias bloomed all over town, and silently the blossoms shattered.
The geography book at school was out of date; the countries of the world had changed. Frankie read the war news in the. wisteria (wĭ-stîr′ē-ə) also wistaria (wĭ-stâr′-) n. Any of several climbing woody vines of the genus Wisteria in the pea family, having pinnately compound leaves and drooping racemes of showy purplish or white flowers.
[New Latin Wisteria, genus name, after Caspar Wistar (), American physician.] wisteria (wɪˈstɪərɪə. FUJI-KO, the little "Lady of the Wistarias," is winning her way into New York society and is now much in demand as an entertainer.
She has also played professional engagements both here and in. Wisteria is a genus of flowering plants in the legume family, Fabaceae (Leguminosae), that includes ten species of woody climbing bines that are native to China, Korea, Japan, and the Eastern United species are popular ornamental plants.
An aquatic flowering plant with the common name wisteria or 'water wisteria' is in fact Hygrophila difformis, in the family Acanthaceae. Carson McCullers - Collected Stories. "It is a known truth that gray-eyed people are jealous." "I told you I wasn't jealous," Frankie said, and she was walking fast around the g: Wistarias.
UNDER THE PURPLE WISTARIAS. PREFACE. that I should embody my experiences in a book, written round some of my photographs, was an idea which presented no great difficulty in the way of achievement.
Indeed, interesting experiences were so many, during my three years of travel in the country, that the most perplexing problem was what to omit. The New International Encyclopædia — Wistaria WISTARIA (Neo-Lat., named in honor of Caspar Wistar).
A genus of climbing deciduous shrubs of the natural order Leguminosæ. The species have drooping racemes of bluish flowers, for which they are commonly grown against the walls of houses or over arbors and trellises. The National nurseryman Volume 25 [Group, Books] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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ANYONE who has seen wistaria in full flower in spring can easily understand why it is commonly called. : The Cotton Canvas of oil painting 'Blanche Hoschede Monet - Wistarias at Giverny', size: 12x15 inch / 30x38 cm, this Reproductions Art Decorative Canvas Prints is fit for Laundry Room gallery art and Home decoration and Gifts: Posters & Prints.
Browse Pages. Bands, Businesses, Restaurants, Brands and Celebrities can create Pages in order to connect with their fans and customers on Facebook. The third book in the Allways trilogy, A Village in a Valley is a delightful exploration of the village of Glattonfor which Allways is a pseudonymand the people who lived and gardened there.
Set in the English countryside, this hilarious memoir is as much about the author's love for plants, as it is about the village in which he s: Wistarias Francis Parkman exhibited cut flowers of single white and purple Wistaria ; also, a fine double purple Wistaria, which is perfectly hardy, having been thoroughly tested by Mr.
Parkman. It is similar in all respects to the single ones, except that the flowers are perfectly double, which give the cluster a compact appearance. wistarias definition: Noun 1. plural form of wistaria. Though generally allowed to climb, the wistarias may be grown in the form of a pillar or a small tree by training the stems to a stake and properly pinching the growing shoots.
The native species may be raised from seeds; the others are multiplied by layering, from cuttings, and the rare varieties by grafting upon the native. 31 quotes from The Member of the Wedding: ‘The trouble with me is that for a long time I have just been an I person.
Rate this book. Clear rating. The pale wistarias bloomed all over town, and silently the blossoms shattered. There was something about the green trees and the flowers of April that made Frankie sad. She did not know why.The pale wistarias bloomed all over town, and silently the blossoms shattered.
There was something about the green trees and the flowers of April that made Frankie sad. She did not know why she was sad, but because of this peculiar sadness, she began to realize she ought to leave the town.” Books by Carson McCullers. The Heart Is a Lonely.Overview This reprint of the third book in Nichols's Allways trilogy contains a new foreword by Bryan Connon, Beverley Nichols's biographer.
Set in the English countryside, the hilarious memoir is as much about the author's love for plants as it is about the village in which he lived.