- Aubrieta deltoidea, family Cruciferae
- 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 a French botanist called Claude Aubriet, and the original spelling was aubrieta, which is the plant’s genus name. In non-technical use, however, the forms aubretia and aubrietia are now more usual.
More definitions of aubretiaDefinition of aubretia in:
- The US English dictionary