In linaria vulgaris Rœper observed a calyx consisting of a double series, each of five sepals, in conjunction with other changes.
linaria Cymbalaria, the ivy-leaved toadflax of English gardens.
Centaurea spinescens, linaria, Joussa, and one or two Astragali.
Naudin obtained the same result from crossing a peloric linaria with the common form.
A plant which on the top of a stone wall is very pretty, "linaria vulgaris," has proved a veritable plague to me in the garden.
Lastly, linaria produces two kinds of peloric flowers, one having simple petals, and the other having them all spurred.
All my readers probably know the wild yellow toad-flax (linaria vulgaris), a plant very common in our fields and hedges.
The occurrence both of regular and irregular peloria on the same plant has frequently been observed in linaria.
The third species is linaria purpurea, not strictly a British plant, but one established in some places on old walls.
My father had raised two beds of linaria vulgaris—one set being the offspring of cross and the other of self-fertilisation.