- Aubrieta deltoidea, family Brassicaceae
- The most commonly planted rockery flowers are aubretia and alyssum.
- Clip back aubretias, arabis and perennial candytufts when they have finished flowering.
- Creeping phlox, thyme and aubrietia grow between terrace stones, in typical English fashion, next to a creeping bent lawn.
early 19th century: modern Latin, named after Claude Aubriet (1668–1743), French botanist.
Aubretia is named after French botanist Claude Aubriet, and the original spelling was aubrieta, which is the plant’s genus name. In nontechnical use, however, the forms aubrietia and aubretia are now more usual.
More definitions of aubrietiaDefinition of aubrietia in:
- The British & World English dictionary