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- n. Any of several species of flowering plant, of the genus Ligularia, having heart-shaped leaves and bright, daisy-like flowers.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- The Ligulidæ rated as an order of the class Cestoidea.
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- n. genus of Old World herbs resembling groundsel: leopard plants
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The spot where “the fragrance pure of the ligularia and iris,” was inscribed, she called
One opens onto a quiet pond garden with ferns, glossy ligularia and tall leucothoe, ideal subjects for shade.
As I cleared away faded lily stems and the collapsed muck of ligularia on our spectacularly warm New Year's Day, I found tiny
Among plants in the new grotto garden are heuchera, ligularia, iris, astilbe, persicaria, labelia and purple petticoats.
Not much, thought the homeowners, so they brought in Yardscapes, a Minneapolis landscape design company, to install a simple paver patio surrounded by grasses, ligularia, astilbes and hostas.
And this year, surely, I'll install those copper strips around the ligularia and hosta before the slugs riddle the leaves with holes, instead of after.
Peonies and periwinkle, coneflower and cupflower, lilies and ligularia.
“the ligularia and the ‘Wu’ weed court;” and where was “the sign in the apricot tree is visible,” she designated “the cottage in the hills where dolichos is bleached.”
“the sign on the apricot tree is visible,” “the fragrance pure of the ligularia and iris,” and other places; and ascending the towers they walked up the halls, forded the streams and wound round the hills; contemplating as they turned their gaze from side to side, each place arranged in a different style, and each kind of article laid out in unique designs.
“Among all these flowers, there are also ficus and liana, but those scented ones are iris, ligularia, and ‘Wu’ flowers; that kind consist, for the most part, of