★ Nertera


★ Bead plant

Nertera is a genus of about 15 species of flowering plants in the family Rubiaceae, native to the southern hemisphere, in South America and Australia, with one species extending in the Northern hemisphere in Central America, East Asia and Hawaii. The name comes from the Greek nerteros, which means low. Common names include pincushion, coral bead or bead plant. They are prostrate, creeping, Mat-forming herbaceous perennial plants growing to 20-40 cm in diameter or more but not more than the highest of a few centimeters. The leaves are usually quite small, and when crushed may in some species release an unpleasant odor as the related woody genus Coprosma. The flowers are insignificant and, probably, are wind-pollinated;. The fruit is usually a bright orange berry, but in some species may be a dry capsule.

Selected species
  • Nertera cunninghamii - a common plant at lower altitudes in New Zealand, on streamsides or wet roadsides. When in fruit, the plant is covered with bright orange berries produced by the piece.
  • Nertera granadensis. (Нертера granadensis)
  • Nertera the ciliates. (Нертера инфузорий)
  • Nertera balfouriana - from New Zealand, forming a small but dense patch of vegetation on wet, swampy places at elevations from about 600 to 1000 m. Its fruit in February, a small bright red berries, which can cover the entire plant.
  • A bead is a small, decorative object that is formed in a variety of shapes and sizes of a material such as stone, bone, shell, glass, plastic, wood or
  • Prayer beads are used by members of various religious traditions such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Christianity, Islam, Sikhism and the Baha i Faith to mark
  • Dzi bead Tib. གཟ pronounced zee alternative spelling: gzi is a type of stone bead of uncertain origin worn as part of a necklace and sometimes
  • granadensis, a ground cover with black orange berries also known as coral bead or bead plant Pincushion cactus, several genera Pincushion coneflower, Isopogon
  • bead divide the mala into quarters Such a mala would have 112 beads 108 normal beads 1 guru bead 3 counting beads but only the 108 normal beads
  • once classified within the genus Convallaria. Blue - bead lilies are small 5 10 in perennial plants usually found in homogeneous colonies. At full growth
  • Bead tree is a common name for several plants and may refer to: Adenanthera Melia azedarach
  • coondrimany, gidee gidee, Jumbie bead ratti rettee retty, or weather plant Abrus precatorius is a severely invasive plant in warm temperate to tropical
  • St. Cuthbert s beads or Cuddy s beads are fossilised portions of the stems of Carboniferous crinoids. Crinoids are a kind of marine echinoderm which
  • Onoclea sensibilis, the sensitive fern, also known as the bead fern, is a coarse - textured, medium to large - sized deciduous perennial fern. The name comes
  • Clintonia uniflora is a species of flowering plant in the lily family known by several common names, including bead lily, bride s bonnet, and queen s cup. It
  • Rudraksha IAST: Rudrāksa is a seed that is used as a prayer bead in Hinduism, especially in Shaivism. When they are ripe, Rudraksha seeds are covered
  • Water crystal gel or water beads or gel beads is any gel which absorbs and contains a large amount of water. Water gel is usually in spherical form and
  • beads 0.1 to 2 mm in diameter, mixed with a sample suspended in aqueous media. First developed by Tim Hopkins in the late 1970s, the sample and bead
  • Bulbophyllum globuliforme, commonly known as the green bead orchid, miniature moss - orchid or hoop pine orchid, is a species of epiphytic orchid with tiny
  • Bulbophyllum minutissimum, commonly known as the red bead orchid or grain - of - wheat orchid, is a species of epiphytic or lithophytic orchid with small
  • support and climb over it example: money plant Moniliform or beaded roots the fleshy roots give a beaded appearance, e.g.: bitter gourd, Portulaca
  • Sarcocornia quinqueflora, commonly known as beaded samphire, bead weed, beaded glasswort or glasswort, is a species of succulent halophytic coastal shrub
  • glossary of plant morphology. Botanists and other biologists who study plant morphology use a number of different terms to classify and identify plant organs
  • jet - bead It is an invasive species in some parts of eastern North America. Rhodotypos scandens Natural Resources Conservation Service PLANTS Database
  • pick up about 1, 500 tons of Mardi Gras - induced waste, consisting mostly of beads This is a recurring problem every year for the city. In addition, the city
  • Eglise, Bead Tree, Circassian Seed, Corail Vegetale, Coral Wood, Coralitos, Curly Bean, Deleite, Delicia, Dilmawi, Graine - reglisse, Jumbi - Bead L Eglise
  • banaba plant Melia azedarach - Also known as chinaberry, Persian lilac, white cedar, Texas umbrella, bead - tree, Cape lilac, Ceylon cedar, bead - tree or
  • A plant cuticle is a protecting film covering the epidermis of leaves, young shoots and other aerial plant organs without periderm. It consists of lipid
  • Poisonous plants are plants that produce toxins that deter herbivores from consuming them. Plants cannot move to escape their predators, so they must
  • Little Bead Retrieved 27 February 2018. RHS Plant Selector - Geranium sanguineum Shepherd s Warning Retrieved 15 July 2013. RHS Plant Selector
  • known as string - of - pearls or string - of - beads is a flowering plant in the daisy family Asteraceae. This plant was named after British botanist Gordon
  • altar with tulsi plant for daily worship in a courtyard in India Prayer beads made from tulsi wood Flower of Tulsi in Nepal The Plant List: A Working
  • of flowers of Triteleia grandiflora Blue bead lily, Clintonia borealis Dianella plant a genus of plants known as flax lilies, with blue flowers and
  • magnetic beads can argue whether the vast difference in the binding capacities of the two beads favors one particular type of bead In a bead - to - bead comparison

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