eulalia

(from the article `Miscanthus`) genus of about eight species of tall perennial grasses in the family Poaceae, native primarily to southeastern Asia. Eulalia (M. sinensis) and two ...
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Eulalia

(from the article `Miscanthus`) The leaves of several varieties have yellow or white stripes or bands. The dried heads often are used in decoration. Eulalia also is the botanical ...
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Eulalia

(Miscanthus) These ornamental Grasses are natives of Japan and China. The variegated kinds make lovely potted plants in 5- or 6-inch pots. M. sinensis Zebrinus (Zebra Grass) forms tufts of long, arching, linear leaves. They are bluish green with yellow or creamy-white horizontal bands. In early fall, fan-shaped heads of tiny, white flowers are born...
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Eulalia

[plant] As a common name, `eulalia` refers to a grass in a different genus, Miscanthus sinensis. Species include: ...
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Eulalia

Eulalia is an Italian name for girls. The meaning is `well-spoken, wealthy` The name Eulalia is most commonly given to American girls. If it's too long you might use: Eula, Eulia Use for the other sex: Eulalio The name sounds like: Alala, Alaula, Alleluia See also: Laia
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