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The genus Polemonium (Tournefort) L.

John Fraser Davidson

The genus Polemonium (Tournefort) L.

by John Fraser Davidson

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley .
Written in English

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  • Polemonium

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesUniversity of California publications in botany -- v. 23, no. 5, California. University. University of California publications in botany -- v. 23, no. 5.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK1 .C2 vol. 23, no. 5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination209-282 p. :
    Number of Pages282
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24910298M
    LC Control Number50009217
    OCLC/WorldCa2198494

    In Eastern North America, the genus Phlox is unusually diverse compared to the rest of the family. Other than members of Phlox, only a few species occur natively east of the Mississippi River in the United States, such as Ipomopsis rubra, Collomia linearis, and a few Polemonium. A few Phlox and Polemonium species are also found natively in. The better known Polemonium caeruleum, Jacob's Ladder, is a short-lived, less dramatic species. Cultivation: Rich, deep, loamy soil in partial shade, does not tolerant heat and humidity. These plants soon exhaust the soil, which will need annual mulching or feeding with fertilizer.

    Jacob’s ladder, any of about 25 species of the genus Polemonium of the family Polemoniaceae, native to temperate areas in North and South America and Eurasia. Many are valued as garden flowers and wildflowers. They have loose, spikelike clusters of drooping blue, violet, or white, funnel-shaped, f. Meronyms (members of "genus Polemonium"): polemonium (any plant of the genus Polemonium; most are low-growing often foul-smelling plants of temperate to Arctic regions). Holonyms ("genus Polemonium" is a member of): family Polemoniaceae; phlox family; Polemoniaceae (a widely distributed family of chiefly herbaceous plants of the order Polemoniales; often have showy flowers).

    Polemonium (plant) Jacob’s ladder, any of about 25 species of the genus Polemonium of the family Polemoniaceae, native to temperate areas in North and South America and Eurasia. Many are valued as garden flowers and wildflowers. They have loose, spikelike clusters of drooping blue, violet, or white, funnel-shaped, f. Polemonium caeruleum (plant). Genus: Polemonium L. – Jacob's-ladder: Direct Children: Species: Polemonium boreale Adams – northern Jacob's-ladder: Species: Polemonium brandegeei (A. Gray) Greene – Brandegee's Jacob's-ladder: Species: Polemonium caeruleum L. – charity: Species: Polemonium californicum Eastw. – moving polemonium: Species: Polemonium carneum A.


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Find more information about: OCLC Number: Notes. Available now at - Soft cover - Berkeley Ca: University of California,Berkeley Ca - - Book Condition: Good - Signed by Author(s) - First Edition.

- Soft Cover. Good. First Edition. Botany. Signed by Author. softcover gray pamplet style; maps locating species and some illustrations of the plants This is vol. 23, No.5,pp. 24 figures, 10 maps in text. Polemonium, commonly called Jacob's ladders or Jacob's-ladders (the name derived from the Biblical story), is a genus of between 25 and 40 species of flowering plants in the family Polemoniaceae, native to cool temperate to arctic regions of the Northern Hemisphere.

One species also occurs in the southern Andes in South of the species grow at high altitudes in : Polemoniaceae. For information about licensing photos for publication or to order prints please contact Mark Turner • Turner Photographics LLC • Wynn Road • Bellingham, WA USA voice e-mail [email protected] Your guide to gardening in North America and beyond.

From what plants to grow The genus Polemonium book how to grow them, join our society to read the latest Rock Garden Quarterly or engage in our annual Seed Exchange. We promote the cultivation, conservation, and knowledge of rock garden plants, their value, habits and geographical distribution.

This includes woodland and alpines as well as desert, bog and steppe. Polemonium vanbruntiae; Visit this genus in the Dichotomous Key. Want help getting started. If you're not sure what to do from here, take a look at this Help page for instructions.

Get Help. Shortcut to Groups. If you already know what group your plant is in, start with. Polemonium racemosum. Missouri Botanical Garden. Published on the internet. Accessed: December USDA, ARS, Germplasm Resources Information Network. Polemonium racemosum in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN), U.S.

Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service. Accessed on Dec Polemonium, commonly known as Jacob’s Ladder, belongs to the family of flowering plants, Polemoniaceae. The genus which Jacob’s Ladder belongs to consists of about 25 to 40 species of flowering plants. Polemonium is a genus of perennial plants that grow to a height of 10 to cm.

They have bright-green leaves that are divided into lance-shaped leaflets. The common name of Polemonium reptans refers to the pairs of opposite leaflets on the compound leaves, which supposedly resemble a series of steps on a ladder in a dream by the biblical Jacob.

Don't confuse this plant with the other species that resembles it, Polemonium vanbruntiae (Greek Valerian), which is native to some of the Eastern States. This is the type genus of the Phlox family (Polemoniaceae).

The species epithet “ reptans ” means “creeping” referring to the creeping habit of this plant. The leaves are pinnately compound, resembling a ladder, referring to a ladder seen in a dream by the biblical Jacob: thus the name Jacob’s ladder. Polemonium laxiflorum Kitam. Polemonium caeruleum, known as Jacob's-ladder [2] or Greek valerian, is a hardy perennial flowering plant.

The plant produces cup-shaped, lavender-coloured or white flowers. Genus Polemonium can be annuals or herbaceous perennials or upright or spreading habit, with pinnate leaves and usually clustered, tubular, bell, or funnel-shaped flowers Details 'Blue Pearl' is a compact herbaceous perennial up to 30cm high with fresh green pinnate.

Check Index Nominum Genericorum for Polemonium Cite as: USDA, Agricultural Research Service, National Plant Germplasm System. Germplasm. (US County-Level Species Maps: List by Genus) BONAP maintains relatively complete phytogeographic and related botanical databases for all free-living vascular plants found in North America (north of Mexico).

The Polemonium pattern was designed by Laura Chau. Our sample was knit in Miss Babs Caroline in the color Oxidized Silver. This simple and stylish set features garter stitch edgings and a fun stockinette and garter ridge pattern, broken up by columns of twisted stitches.

The. palemonas statusas T sritis vardynas apibrėžtis Palemoninių (Polemoniaceae) šeimos augalų gentis (Polemonium).atitikmenys: lot. Polemonium angl. Greek valerian; Jacob’s ladder vok. Himmelsleiter; Jakobsleiter; Sperrkraut rus. синюха lenk. wielosił Dekoratyvinių augalų vardynas. – Vilnius: Mokslo ir enciklopedijų leidybos institutas.

mėlynasis palemonas statusas T sritis vardynas apibrėžtis Palemoninių šeimos dekoratyvinis, vaistinis augalas (Polemonium caeruleum), paplitęs Europoje ir vakarų menys: lot. Polemonium caeruleum angl. bluejacket; charity; charity Greek valerian; Greek-valerian; Jacob’s ladder; Jacob's-ladder; ladder to heaven vok.

blaues Sperrkraut; Jakobsleiter rus. синюха. any of about 25 species of the genus Polemonium of the family Polemoniaceae, native to temperate areas in North and South America and Eurasia. Many are valued as garden flowers and wildflowers.

They have loose, spikelike clusters of drooping blue, violet, or white, funnel-shaped, five-petaled flowers and alternate, pinnately (featherlike. Our Nursery Shop is Open. Please Check Our Opening Times Before you Visit Or Shop On-Line, please allow 14 Working Days for delivery Or 'Click & Collect your Order from Our Hampshire Based Nursery'.

Polemonium caeruleum subsp. caeruleum (0 accessions) Polemonium caeruleum subsp. himalayanum (0 accessions) Polemonium caeruleum subsp. villosum (9 accessions) Polemonium caeruleum subsp.

yezoense (0 accessions). Polemonium See list of 4 species in this genus Polemonium acutiflorum Willd. was reported from ME and NH by Magee and Ahles (), P.

cuspidatum was reported from ME by Campbell et al. (), and P. occidentale Greene was reported from MA by Knowlton .Many photographs and species descriptions from the book are reproduced on the Burke Herbarium Image Collection web site, with permission from the authors.» Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest is available from Timber Press, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and other booksellers.A plant of the genus Polemonium.

JACOB’S-STAFF, n. A pilgrim’s staff. 1. A staff concealing a dagger. 2. A cross staff; a kind of astrolabe. JACOBUS, n. [Jacobus, James.] A gold coin, value twenty-five shillings sterling, struck in the reign of James I.

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