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Variations upon old names of hyacinths

Sacheverell Sitwell

Variations upon old names of hyacinths

by Sacheverell Sitwell

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Published in [ 19 ] ([Brackley, : Smart]) .
Written in English


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StatementSacheverell Sitwell.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCS 83/7146 (P)
The Physical Object
Pagination[9] p. ; 22 cm.
Number of Pages22
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4438949M
LC Control Number79100118

Water hyacinth, any aquatic plant of the genus Eichhornia of the pickerelweed family (Pontederiaceae), consisting of about five species, native primarily to tropical America. Some species float in shallow water; others are rooted in muddy stream banks and lakeshores. All have slender rootstocks.   The meaning, origin and history of the given name Hyacinth (2).

being produced as pot plants, hyacinths receive a relatively short cold period to keep the shoots short and to produce pot plants with a compact habit. Due to this shorter cold period, pot hyacinths can be housed earlier than hyacinths produced for cut flowers since the latter require a much longer cold period. The forcing of pot hyacinths can be. Definition of hyacinth written for English Language Learners from the Merriam-Webster Learner's Dictionary with audio pronunciations, usage examples, and count/noncount noun labels.

As low as $ Hyacinth Bulbs - Blue Wood Hyacinth. Hyacinth Bulbs - Blue Wood Hyacinth Pre-Sale Now; Ships Fall Perennial; Grows up to Inches. Spring Blooming, Easy to Grow, Blue Flowers, Drought Tolerant. Prefers Sun/Partial Shade. The More Bulbs You Buy, The More You Save! #N#Add to Wishlist. Pre-Sale Now; Ships Fall From Middle English jacinth, from Old French jacincte, from Medieval Latin jacintus, from Latin hyacinthus, from Ancient Greek ὑάκινθος (huákinthos, “any of several dark blue flowers”), ultimately from a non-Indo-European Mediterranean language. Relatinized in the 16th century. Any bulbous plant of the genus Hyacinthus, native to the Mediterranean and South Africa.


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Systematics. The genus name Hyacinthus was attributed to Joseph Pitton de Tournefort when used by Carl Linnaeus in It is derived from a Greek name used for a plant by Homer, ὑάκινθος (hyákinthos), the flowers supposedly having grown up from the blood of a youth of this name accidentally killed by the god Zephyr.

(The original wild plant known as hyakinthos to Homer has been Family: Asparagaceae. The Myth of Hyacinthus One day, upon a green hillside the hyacinth.

The Legend and Myth about Hyacinthus: The Myth of Hyacinthus The story of Hyacinthus is featured in the book entitled Stories of Old Greece by Emma M.

Firth first published Hyacinthus - A Myth with a Moral Many of the ancient Myth Stories, like the legend of. The perfume of blooming hyacinths is as symbolic of early spring as lilacs are to the late-spring garden. Hyacinth plants consist of chubby succulent leaves arranged around a central flower spike.

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Linda. Hyacinths thrive in well-drained soil and full sun to partial shade. Throughout most of the U.S., they will return year after year, adding beauty and fragrance to garden beds and indoor bouquets.

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The most common grape hyacinth varieties are those of M. armeniacum and M. botryoides. armeniacum is favored for its vigor and larger bloom size while M. botryoides is desired as the most cold hardy amongst the hyacinths and include: ‘Album,’ which has a white flower ‘Blue Spike,’ with double blue blossoms.

Hyacinth definition is - a precious stone of the ancients sometimes held to be the sapphire. Uses for the hyacinth: Cut hyacinths Uses for the hyacinth: Cut hyacinths For production of cut flowers, the bulbs are planted in forcing boxes and, as above, forced into flower by use of a temperature treatment.

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With over 30 species of hyacinth flowers, it only means you’ll have a wide range of options when it comes to the color of the blossoms. In general, the hyacinth flower is the flower dedicated to Apollo. It also is seen to mean rashness. It signifies games and sports as well.

These meanings and symbolisms all begin from the story of Hyacinthus.In a book there is a character named Hyacinth and her sisters call her Hya. Hy, Hya, And Cinthie and common nicknames for Hyacinth. Meanings and history of the name Hyacinth Famous real-life people named Hyacinth. St Hyacintha Mariscotti, Italian nun (born Clarice Mariscotti) Hyacinth in .Hyacinthus, in Greek legend, a young man of Amyclae in ing to the usual version, his great beauty attracted the love of Apollo, who killed him accidentally while teaching him to throw the discus; others related that Zephyrus (or Boreas) out of jealousy deflected the discus so that it hit Hyacinthus on the head and killed him.

Out of his blood there grew the flower called.