279 examples of syn in sentences

LIGUSTRUM IBOTA (syn L. amurense).Japan, 1861.

Of the common Privet there are several distinct and highly ornamental forms, such as L. vulgare variegatum, L. vulgare pendulum, having curiously-creeping branches, and the better-known and valuable L. vulgare sempervirens (syn L. italicum), the Italian Privet.

MICROGLOSSA ALBESCENS (syn Aster albescens and A. cabulicus).Himalayas, 1842.

NESAEA SALICIFOLIA (syn Heimia salicifolia).Mexico, 1821.

OXYDENDRUM ARBOREUM (syn Andromeda arborea).Sorrel-tree.

P. CERASUS (syn Cerasus vulgaris).Common Cherry.

P. ILLICIFOLIA (syn Cerasus ilicifolius).Holly-leaved Cherry.

P. LAUNESIANA (syn Cerasus Launesiana).Japan, 1870.

P. LAUROCERASUS (syn Cerasus Laurocerasus).Common, or Cherry Laurel.

P. AMERICANA (syn Sorbus americana).American Mountain Ash.

P. SINICA (syn P. sinensis of Lindley).Chinese Pear Tree.

RHAPHIOLEPIS JAPONICA INTEGERRIMA (syn R. ovata).A Japanese shrub (1865), with deep green, ovate, leathery leaves that are not over abundant, and produced generally at the branch-tips.

R. indicum amoenum (syn Azalea amoena), as a greenhouse plant is common enough, but except in the South of England and Ireland it is not sufficiently hardy to withstand severe frost.

R. VISCOSUM (syn Azalea viscosa).Clammy Azalea, or Swamp Honeysuckle.

S. JAPONICA (of Thunberg) (syn S. oblata).Japan, 1864.

SOPHORA JAPONICA (syn Styphnolobium japonicum).Chinese or Japanese Pagoda-tree.

SPARTIUM JUNCEUM (syn S. acutifolium).Spanish, or Rush Broom.

S. HYPERICIFOLIA (syn S. flagellata).Asia Minor, 1640.

S. PSEUDO-CAMELLIA (syn S. grandiflora).Japan, 1879.

S. VIRGINICA (syn S. marylandica).North America, 1743.

S. SERRULATA VIRGATA (syn S. japonica).Japanese Storax.

SYMPLOCOS JAPONICA (syn S. lucida).A small growing and not very desirable species from Japan (1850).

TECOMA GRANDIFLORA (syn Bignonia grandiflora), from China and Japan (1800), is not so hardy as T. radicans, although in certain maritime districts it succeeds fairly well.

Other species of great interest when in flower are T. alba (syn T. argentea), Silver Lime; T. petiolaris, a curious and beautiful species; and T. euchlora.

ZENOBIA SPECIOSA (syn Andromeda speciosa and A. cassinaefolia).South United States, 1800.

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