Of or pertaining to the Alps, or to any lofty mountain; as, Alpine snows; Alpine plants.
Like the Alps; lofty.
the region of a mountain above the tree line
Referring to plants that come from areas above the tree line - e.g. where is too cold for trees to grow
( Ecol.) A term applied to the zone of vegetation where winter is severe, snowfall heavy, the mean annual temperature below 45°F. and the mean January temperature below 30°F. In India, alpine zone occurs in the Himalayas at altitudes above 3030.0m.
growing or living in high altitudes above timberline
Usually refers to plants used in rock gardens. They are plants that grow in rocky, mountainous regions.
Those parts of mountains that rise above the elevational cold tolerance of trees.
A lite breakup layout consisting of a single horizontal muntin placed significantly above center, along with one or more vertical muntins extending from the horizontal muntin to the top of the sash. This creates one larger lite in the lower portion of the window, and two or more small lites in the upper portion.
living or growing above the timber line; "alpine flowers"
occurring at high altitude, between the tree line and the permanent snow line
usually pertaining to mountainous areas above 4900'
the biogeographic zone made up of slopes above timberline and characterized by the presence of rosette-forming herbaceous plants and low shrubby slow-growing woody plants
A plant from mountainous, high-altitude regions.
Relating to high mountains.
the zone on mountain tops between permanent snow and the cold limits of trees.
refers to high mountain areas above the timberline (where trees cease to inhabit extremely cold environments).
Referring to conditions similar to those found in the Alps or other higher mountains (usually above 1500 m (4900')) .
concerning high mountains, originally, concerning the Alps.
Plants from high mountain regions. Anything that is from above the tree line. They are able to overwinter beneath deep snow protected from extreme low temperature by their moisture.