Sturt's desert rose

Sturt's desert rose

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  • Sturt's desert rose — noun a shrub of inland Australia, Gossypium sturtianum, with attractive mauve flowers; the floral emblem of the Northern Territory. {named after Charles Sturt} …  

  • desert rose — /dɛzət ˈroʊz/ (say dezuht rohz) noun → Sturt s desert rose …  

  • Charles Sturt — For other uses, see Charles Sturt (disambiguation). Charles Sturt Born 28 April 1795 (1795 0 …   Wikipedia

  • Charles Sturt — c. 1849. Le Capitaine Charles Napier Sturt (28 avril 1795 – 16 juin 1869) était un explorateur britnnique qui a participé à la découverte de l Australie par les européens. Il mena plusieurs expéditions sur cette île, à partir de …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Swainsona formosa — Sturt s Desert Pea Sturt s Desert Pea, at Melbourne Zoo Scientific classification Kingdom: Plantae …   Wikipedia

  • Gossypium sturtianum — taxobox name = Sturt s Desert Rose status = R status system = QLDNCA regnum = Plantae unranked divisio = Angiosperms unranked classis = Eudicots unranked ordo = Rosids ordo = Malvales familia = Malvaceae genus = Gossypium species = G. sturtianum… …   Wikipedia

  • Gossypium sturtianum —   Sturt s Desert Rose …   Wikipedia Español

  • Flagge des Northern Territory — Seitenverhältnis 1:2 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Flag of the Northern Territory — Infobox flag Name = Northern Territory Article = the Use = 110000 Symbol = Proportion = 1:2 Adoption = July 1 1978 Design = A vertical 1:2 bicolour of black (charged with the Southern Cross) and ochre (charged with a stylised Sturt s Desert Rose) …   Wikipedia

  • Floral emblem — In a number of countries, plants have been chosen as symbols to represent specific geographic areas. Some countries have a country wide floral emblem; others in addition have symbols representing subdivisions. Different processes have been used… …   Wikipedia

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