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A plant related to the snapdragon, which is cultivated for its colourful funnel-shaped flowers.
- ‘Small-flowered plants such as asters, coral bells, nemesia, and yarrow are great fillers.’
- ‘In zones 15-17, you can also plant calceolaria, cineraria, nemesia, and schizanthus.’
- ‘The lower bed holds mostly annuals including yellow and orange nemesias, and pink godetias.’
- ‘Low, mounding chamomile and creeping thymes grow between the nemesias.’
- ‘Petunias, snapdragons and nemesia are good annuals to add in the fall.’
Modern Latin, from Greek nemesion, denoting various similar plants.
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