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Dimorphotheca is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Dimorphotheca books and related discussion.
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- Dimorphotheca sinuata D.C.
- USGS Weeds in the West project: Status of Introduced Plants in Southern Arizona Parks. Factsheet for: Dimorphotheca sinuata D.C..
- BOTANICAL NAME: Dimorphotheca sinuata (Dimorphotheca
- Dimorphotheca sinuata. (Dimorphotheca aurantiaca). COMMON NAMES: Blue- Eye Cape Marigold,.
- Dimorphotheca sinuata
- Physical characteristics, adaptability and disease tolerance may vary under different conditions. DIMORPHOTHECA SPRING FLASH.
- Plant regeneration from protoplasts of <Emphasis Type="Italic
- Plant regeneration from protoplasts of Dimorphotheca and Rudbeckia Dimorphotheca aurantiaca (syn. value.
Suggested News Resources
- Ain't Spring Great!
- The yellow Euryops and purple Iris in my own garden look nice with the Calendulas and last Tulips, and the white and pink Dimorphotheca are exploding.
Suggested Web Resources
- Dimorphotheca - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Dimorphotheca, commonly called Cape marigold, is one of eight genera of the Calenduleae, with a center of diversity in Southern Africa.
- Dimorphotheca pluvialis
- Features photographs and a description of this South African daisy.
- Dimorphotheca sinuata
- Dimorphotheca sinuata DC.
- Dimorphotheca, an anual type of Osteospermum native to South Africa, many dimorphotheca varieties.
- PLANTS Profile for Dimorphotheca sinuata (glandular Cape
- A PLANTS profile of Dimorphotheca sinuata (glandular Cape marigold) from the USDA PLANTS database.
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