There's a blue variety of that, and one of salpiglossis, which is an exquisite flower in spite of its name. ". From Wordnik.com. [Ethel Morton's Enterprise] Reference
They stopped before some veined salpiglossis flowers. From Wordnik.com. [Women in Love] Reference
One annual that does well from an April sowing is salpiglossis. From Wordnik.com. [Blogposts | guardian.co.uk] Reference
Gardens, at Kew, has for years saved seed of its rich blue salpiglossis, and this is offered as 'Kew Blue' by Mr Fothergill. From Wordnik.com. [Blogposts | guardian.co.uk] Reference
The salpiglossis (Greek for "trumpet" and "tongue") flowers, especially purple ones with orange centers, were her favorites, Lape said. From Wordnik.com. [Summit Daily News - Top Stories] Reference
Species salpiglossis will be hardier, bushier and more likely to come back for a second or third year, as well as being more disease resistant. From Wordnik.com. [SFGate: Top News Stories] Reference
Hailing originally from Argentina but now commonly available in the trade as hybrids of S. sinuata, salpiglossis is a 2-foot-high, multi-branching annual or perennial with wavy-margined leaves reaching 4 inches in length. From Wordnik.com. [SFGate: Top News Stories] Reference
Examples of half-hardy annuals are: China aster, alonsoa, balsam, petunia, ricinus, stocks, balloon-vine, martynia, salpiglossis, thunbergia, nasturtium, verbena. From Wordnik.com. [Manual of Gardening (Second Edition)] Reference
China asters, salpiglossis, nicotianas, pansies, portulacas, castor beans, poppies, sunflowers, verbenas, stocks, alyssums, and such good old running plants as scarlet runners, sweet peas, convolvuluses, ipomeas, tall nasturtiums, balloon vines, cobeas. From Wordnik.com. [Manual of Gardening (Second Edition)] Reference
He pieces out and extends the season, to be sure; but a garden with pansies, pinks, sweet william, roses, sweet peas, petunias, marigolds, salpiglossis, sweet sultan, poppies, zinnias, asters, cosmos, and the rest, is a progress-of-the-season garden, nevertheless; and if it is a garden of herbaceous perennials, it still more completely expresses the time-of-year. From Wordnik.com. [Manual of Gardening (Second Edition)] Reference
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