“At all altitudes Senecio favors the damper and more sheltered locations, and in the alpine bogs is associated with another conspicuous plant, growing up to 10 m tall, the endemic giant lobelia Lobelia deckenii.”
“At least two plant species that are endangered in Pennsylvania inhabit Ecoregion 61c, the Kalm's lobelia (Lobelia kalmii) and the spreading globe flower (Trollius laxus).”
“From 3,800 m to the alpine zone is alpine grassland dominated by giant lobelia Lobelia rhynchopetalum with tree heather Erica arborea, Solanum sp.,”
“We shall only speak of a superb lobelia* with purple flowers (* Lobelia spectabilis.); the Brownea coccinea, which is upwards of a hundred feet high; and above all; the pejoa, celebrated in the country on account of the delightful and aromatic perfume emitted by its leaves when rubbed between the fingers.”
“The dainty, demure lavender blooms of Nuttall's lobelia (Lobelia nuttallii) and purple torches of pickerelweed”
“(Sparganium eurycarpum), about 1 to 3 feet with an unusual white spiked flowers; golden Alexanders (Ziziea aurea), about 1 to 2 feet with yellow rounded flower clusters; great blue lobelia (Lobelia siphilitica), 2 to 4 feet with deep blue flowers; lizard's tail (Saururus cernuus) 2 to 5 feet with a white curved spike flower; mountain mint (Pycnanthemum virginianum), 2 to 4 feet with white fluffy flowers; New England aster (aster novae-angliae),”
“a ditch in a field beyond we find the great blue lobelia (Lobelia syphilitica), and near it amid the weeds and wild grasses and purple asters the most beautiful of our fall flowers, the fringed gentian.”
“Another species of Lobelia which is visited by bees, seeds freely in my garden.”
“Most of the plants are annuals such as Lobelia, Pyrethrum and Golden Moss.”
“Sites sampled in the past included the following plentiful or notable species: at 250 m, Garcinia intermedia, Pouteria sp. and Schizolobium parahybum; at 450 m, Ardisia tigrina, Pharus cornutus (rare), Smilax subpubescens and Ternstroemia tepezapote; at 600 m, Lobelia and Welfia sp. and Satyria warscewiczii.”
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