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I didn't think he was out for a picnic among the myrtles.
The streets were full of people, lighted lanterns and myrtles.
Apart from the myrtles, his other main botanic interest were the lichens.
A row of truly ancient crape myrtles lined the side street to the south.
Peace scatters the leaves from its roses and myrtles.
The two myrtles close by were planted in the Ming Dynasty.
Myrtles are numerous and do well, the saline air seeming to agree with them admirably.
Two crepe myrtles are also apparently happy there.
Then, while his eye was wandering over the plain, turning in all directions, he saw a white form appear behind the resinous myrtles.
She has no sympathy with the myrtles.
A crushed shell drive, flanked by crape myrtles, curved toward the front of the house.
The most common plants are olives, maritime pines, oaks, myrtles, junipers.
Crape myrtles are chiefly known for their colorful and long-lasting flowers.
"Crape myrtles are something that we shied away from for a long, long time," he said.
Amongst his published works are descriptions of the myrtles of Western Australia.
The crape myrtles were full of pink blos- soms.
The crape myrtles did pretty well, though, and we're hopeful of their coming back and being able to spread out by next summer."
She was privately built in 1899 and christened Two Myrtles, after the owner's wife and daughter.
The lane to the house at 2040 Potter's Road is lined by many trees, including crepe myrtles.
This article is about the legends surrounding Myrtles Plantation in Louisiana.
Crepe myrtles are also supposed to be unsuited to places where winters are harsh.
He had been trying to run an all-purpose nursery for several seasons by growing oaks, crape myrtles and magnolias.
As luck would have it, the arboretum's introductions seem a bit closer to Zone 6 plants than traditional crape myrtles are.
Until they grow beyond reach, crape myrtles can have their branches tied in after they go dormant.
And as if to answer the great crepe myrtles caught the breeze, dancing, their light pink blossoms moving gracefully against the blue sky.
It is also said to have derived its name from a small island named Myrtus.
Myrtle is a feminine given name derived from the plant name Myrtus.
The larvae feed on the flowers of Myrtus and Acacia species.
Trees and bushes of the Myrtaceae, the family of myrtus, are with nine species the most diversified taxon in the Park.
The latter include strawflower, mastic, myrtus, broom, erica, euphorbia, strawberry tree and bay laurel.
Its name in Greek is a plant, Myrtia (Smyrtia, Myrtus communis).
A member of the Myrtus and Eucalyptus family, the tree can grow to a height of thirty feet, and propagation is by seed.
The genus was formerly often included in either Myrtus or Eugenia; it is distinguished from these by the drooping flowers with stamens shorter than the petals.
The name Amoyrtus from the Greek Amos; very fragrant, Myrtus is the family's name and Luma mapuche name of the tree.
Some of the plant species present on the headland are: strawberry tree, rock samphire, marine samphire, myrtus, cistus, erica arborea, mastic, broom.
The name Murcia was linked by to the name of the myrtle tree (Latin myrtus) by folk etymology; hence the spellings Murtia and Murtea.
Synonyms include Myrtus luma Mol., Eugenia apiculata DC., Myrceugenia apiculata (DC.)
Quercus coccifera form monospecific communities or communities integrated with Pinus, mediterranean buckthorns, Myrtus, Arecaceae, junipers, Pistacia, Rosmarinus, Thymus etc.
Arryan, Chekan, Eugenia chequen, Luma chequen, Mirte, Myrtus, Myrtus chequen.
Some have also referred to several clues in the code such as a concealed reference to the word "MYRTUS", believed to refer to the Myrtle tree, or Hadassah in Hebrew.
Other vernacular names used in cultivation include small periwinkle, common periwinkle, and sometimes in the United States, myrtle or creeping myrtle, although this is misleading, as the name myrtle normally refers to the Myrtus species.
Formerly included in the genera Myrtus and Psidium, Accara differs from both the latter in embryo structure, and from the former in being pentamerous (having its parts in fives) and in bud structure.
Synonyms include Myrtus canescens Lour., Myrtus tomentosa Aiton, Rhodomyrtus parviflora Alston, and Rhodomyrtus tomentosa (Aiton) Wight.
The southern slopes have a milder climate and are characterized by Mediterranean rock vegetation (holm oak, Phoenicean juniper, euphorbia tree, myrtus, Pistacia lentiscus, rosemary and erica, while amongst the lower plants are the rock samphire, Helichrysum and Centaurea.
A systematic review of herbal medicines used for the treatment of rhinosinusitis concluded that the evidence that any herbal medicines are beneficial in the treatment of rhinosinusitis is limited, and that for Myrtus there is insufficient data to verify the significance of clinical results.