[ UK /sˌɪnəɹˈe‍əɹi‍ə/ ]
  1. herb of Canary Islands widely cultivated for its blue or purple or red or variegated daisylike flowers
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  • The small flowers particularly essential in separating the larger ones are white and yellow jasmine, nemophila cineraria, verbenas, myrtle, honeysuckle, etc., etc. The pendent flowers give great ease and elegance to a bouquet, and should be placed in first. The Royal Guide to Wax Flower Modelling
  • The ground was enamelled with lilies, the helianthus and cineraria flourished, and the deep-green leaves and blue blossom of the lupin contrasted with the prickly stem and scarlet flower of the euphorbia. The Englishwoman in America
  • In addition Prosopis cineraria and Acacia tortilis woodlands are dying from old age and heavy browsing by livestock and there are few young trees to replace those lost. Arabian Oryx Sanctuary, Oman
  • The nursery, shaded by fine old Lucombe Oaks, was famous for its ‘Wonder of the West’ strain of cinerarias, calceolarias, and an extensive rockery.
  • To one side is revealed an immense spread of water with its islands and rock-covered shores, white villages, fishermen's huts, the prison building, haciendas, fertile shores covered in maize and chickpea fields, large herds of cattle grazing on the plains, streams shaded by willows and Cinerarias and the snow-capped summit of Colima volcano, which stands out from the mountain range to the SSW. Did you know? The first scientific account of Lake Chapala comes from 1839
  • Ecophysiology of Prosopis cineraria in the Wahiba Sands, with reference to its reafforestation potential in Oman. Arabian Desert and East Sahero-Arabian xeric shrublands
  • In zones 15-17, you can also plant cineraria, nemesia, and schizanthus.
  • Blue is a harder colour to find in the winter garden but appears in iris, cinerarias, pansies and violas.
  • Blue is a harder colour to find in the winter garden but appears in iris, cinerarias, pansies and violas.
  • In coastal areas, set out bedding begonias and cinerarias.
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