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  • Depending on geographical factors, it flowers from late April to early June, just after T. erectum.
  • T. rhomboideum is now a synonym of the closely related species T. erectum.
  • D. erectum is used as an enema by the Sotho people and as a treatment for stomach problems.
  • On the other hand, and unlike other species such as T. erectum which hybridize fairly easily, T. grandiflorum is not known to form hybrids.
  • The South African endemic D. erectum is grown for the large, pink flowers it bears on tall, erect stems.
  • Polygonum erectum is an annual plant species with upright or ascending stems.
  • The South African natives D. ambiguum, D. erectum, and D. nixonianum are considered endangered species.
  • On top, water-purifying plants (as Iris pseudacorus and Sparganium erectum) are placed.
  • The quantities of diosgenin that could be extracted from T. erectum were still unsatisfactory, so Marker looked for richer sources.
  • Bulbophyllum erectum is a species of orchid in the genus Bulbophyllum.
  • The pupa develops among the roots of Sparganium erectum.
  • Sparganium erectum, the simplestem bur-reed or branched bur-reed, is a perennial plant species in the genus Sparganium.
  • The genus name Sparganium was published by Linnaeus in Species Plantarum (1753), with two species recognized: S. erectum, and S. natans.
  • Trillium erectum, also known as wake-robin, red trillium, purple trillium, Beth root, or stinking Benjamin, is a species of flowering plant native to the east and north-east of North America.
  • There are three species recognized currently in Brachyelytrum: B. aristosum (distributed in southeastern Canada and the northeastern USA), B. erectum (distributed in the northeastern USA and adjacent southern Canada), and B. japonicum (distributed in Japan and southeastern China).
  • The larvae feed on Hypericum erectum, Hypericum attenuatum and Hypericum ascyron gebleri.
  • It is a crucifix orchid, often confused with many other members of the section Schistochila, including E. calanthe, E. cinnabarinum, E. denticulatum, E. erectum, E. fulgens, E. ibaguense, E. imatophyllum, E. incisum, E. schomburgkii, E. secundum, and E. xanthinum, among others.
  • The vegetation is mainly of a mosaic of Yellow Iris Iris pseudacorus, branched bur-reed Sparganium erectum and rushes Juncus spp., while Greater Tussock-sedge Carex paniculata is locally dominant.
  • The dyes for bingata are made from plants and include "Ryukyu Ai (indigo), Fukugi (a high tree of Hypericum erectum family), Suo (Caesalpinia sappan) and Yamamomo (Myrica rubra), and as pigment, Shoenji (cochineal), Shu (cinnabar), Sekio (orpiment), Sumi (Indian ink) and Gofun (aleurone)".
  • Other plants of the EAC include little barley (Hordeum pusillum), goosefoot or lambsquarters (Chenopodium berlandieri), erect knotweed (Polygonum erectum), maygrass (Phalaris caroliniana), sumpweed or marsh elder (Iva annua), and sunflower (Helianthus annuus).