Repens

Some articles on repens:

Cotoneaster Salicifolius - List of Cultivars
... "Avonbank" "Avondrood" Equivalent to, or thought to be equivalent to "Repandens" and "Repens" ... "Dekor" "Dortmund" Thought to be equivalent to "Repandens" and "Repens", and possibly to "Avondrood" ... "Green carpet" A cultivar with denser than average foliage, it is similar to "Repens" ...
Salvia Repens
... Salvia repens is a herbaceous perennial native to eastern South Africa, growing at elevations between 1,500-8,000 feet in open country and amongst shrubs ... and named by botanist George Bentham in 1833, with repens referring to the creeping rootstock ... Salvia repens is small and upright, reaching 2 feet, high with branched erect stems ...
Mahonia Repens - Taxonomy
... Some botanists place Mahonia repens, and the genus Mahonia as a whole, in the barberry genus Berberis ... the scientific name may be given as Berberis repens ... repens is applied ...
Four-leaf Clover - Multi-leaved Cultivars
... There are some cultivars of white clover (Trifolium repens) which regularly produce more than three leaflets, including purple-leaved T ... repens 'Purpurascens Quadrifolium' and green-leaved T ... repens 'Quadrifolium' ...
List Of Latin And Greek Words Commonly Used In Systematic Names - List of Words - R
... upwards, turned up Peruvian Apple Cactus, Cereus repandus Hedgehog Mushroom, Hydnum repandum repens L 1 ... Unexpected (rĕpens) Creeping Buttercup, Ranunculus repens White Clover, Trifolium repens reptans L Creeping, crawling Potentilla reptans (creeping cinquefoil) Ajuga reptans (bugle) Reptilia ...