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  • adjective Armand (attributive); used in taxonomic names for organisms that often have English names of the form "Armand's ..."


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Named in a pseudo-Latin manner for any of several naturalists named Armand.


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  • ELIZABETH CHERRY WAS talking to her neighbours through a gap in the ivy and honeysuckle and Clematis armandii, which rambled thickly over the terrace at the ends of their gardens.

    Portobello Ruth Rendell 2010

  • North-facing slopes are dominated by a fir-spruce forest of Abies faxoniana with Picea wilsoni and dragon spruce P. asperata, south-facing slopes by a pine-spruce forest of Pinus tabulaeformis with Chinese white pine P. armandii and Picea asperata.

    Jiuzhaigou Valley Scenic and Historic Interest Area, China 2009

  • Between 2,300 m and 3,600 m, the forest is largely coniferous and subalpine in character, dominated by spruces Picea asperata, P. purpurea and P. wilsonii; firs, Abies recurvata and A. faxoniana; spruce Picea asperata, pine Pinus armandii, larch Larix potaninii and birches Betula platyphylla and B. utilis.

    Huanglong National Scenic Area, China 2009

  • From 1,700 m to 2,300 m, there is a belt of mixed forest with Chinese hemlock Tsuga chinensis, pines Pinus tabulaeformis and P. armandii, three species of maple Acer yui, A. erianthum and A. davidii with Alnus nepalensis, Juglans sigillata and Betula alnoides and an understorey of arrow bamboo.

    Huanglong National Scenic Area, China 2009

  • A typical sequence in this ecoregion is Pinus spp. in the drier, lower elevation valleys (mainly P. tabuliformis in the north, P. armandii in the south), with Picea spp.

    Qionglai-Minshan conifer forests 2008

  • Higher elevations support warm-temperate conifer forests of Chinese red pine (Pinus massoniana) and the higher elevation pine (P. armandii).

    Daba Mountains evergreen forests 2007

  • If your Clematis blooms in spring such as the evergreen C. armandii, or the deciduous C. montana, or if it blooms in spring and then again in fall, such as C.

    The Seattle Times 2012

  • Clematis armandii is available in most nurseries in late February, usually in 1 - or

    SFGate: Top News Stories Erle Nickel 2010

  • Clematis armandii makes a great coverage vine as it will eventually reach 20 feet in height and spread to 10 feet.

    SFGate: Top News Stories Erle Nickel 2010

  • Clematis armandii can be propagated by softwood cuttings, taken in early summer.

    SFGate: Top News Stories Erle Nickel 2010


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