[ pˌɒlɪmˈə͡ʊni͡əm ke͡əɹuːlˈiːəm vˈanbɹˈʌnʃɪˌiː], [ pˌɒlɪmˈəʊniəm keəɹuːlˈiːəm vˈanbɹˈʌnʃɪˌiː], [ p_ˌɒ_l_ɪ_m_ˈəʊ_n_iə_m k_eə_ɹ_uː_l_ˈiː__ə_m v_ˈa_n_b_ɹ_ˈʌ_n_ʃ_ɪ__ˌiː]
Synonyms for Polymonium caeruleum van-bruntiae:
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How to use "Polymonium caeruleum van-bruntiae" in context?
Polymonium Caeruleum Van-bruntiae (polypodium van-bruntii) is a perennial herb found in the Rocky Mountains. Small, lacklustre flowers grow in a cobwebby raceme, adorned with purple or violet bracts. The leaves are small, simple, and ovate, with a palmate margin. The stem is leggy, and the plant ranges from pale green to a deep blue-green. P. Caeruleum is endemic to the highcountry of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado, Wyoming, and Montana.
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