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Definition of the noun ipomoea coccinea
What does ipomoea coccinea mean as a name of something?
- annual herb having scarlet flowers; the eastern United States
Phrases with Ipomoea coccinea
Phrases starting with Ipomoea coccinea:
- Ipomoea Coccinea Luteola
- Ipomoea Coccinea Curviflora
- Ipomoea Coccinea Hederifolia
- Ipomoea coccinea var. hederifolia
Other phrases containing Ipomoea coccinea:
- Form Ipomoea Coccinea Luteola
- Variety Ipomoea Coccinea Luteola
- Variety Ipomoea Coccinea Var. Hederifolia
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by Joel Ellis Holloway, Amanda Neill
Ipomoea coccinea Scarlet Creeper SCIENTIFIC NAME: Ipomoea, resembling a vine, from Greek, ly, ips, vine, worm and ouoio<;, omoios, resembling, for the growth pattern + coccinea, Latin for scarlet, for the flower color. COMMON NAME: ...
Ipomoea coccinea). This is the Star Ipomoea or Star Glory, a brilliant, free-flowering annual from Tropical America, with slender stems about ten feet in length, bearing pointed, heart-shaped leaves and long-stalked clusters of ...
Ipomoea coccinea red morning glory an exotic, twining, annual climber, with heart-shaped, green leaves and small, fragrant, tubular, yellowthroated scarlet flowers. grow it up a tripod to produce an accent of colour ...
Encyclopaedia Londinensis (1812)
by John Wilkes
Ipomoea coccinea, or scarlet-flowered ipomoea: leaves cordate , ...
Ipomoea coccinea, or scarlet- flowered ipomcea: leaves cordate, ...
Encyclopaedia Perthensis; Or Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, &c. Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference (1816)
There are several species ; but the only one cultivated in our gardens is the Ipomoea Coccinea. It has long, slender, twining stalks, rising upon supports 6 or 7 feet high. The leaves are heart-soaped, pointed, and angulated at the base, and ...
by Encyclopaedia Perthensis
There are several sbecies ; but the only one cuU, tivated in our gardens is the Ipomoea Coccinea. It has long, (lender, twining stalks, rising upon supports 6 or 7 feet high. The leaves are heart-shaped, pointed, and angulated at the base, and ...
and of the arts, sciences, instruments, and practice, necessary to the farmer, stockfarmer, gardener, forester, landsteward, farrier, &c by John Marius Wilson
in beds of earth sunk in the floor, either bold-growing tall shrubs and small trees, or lofty and far-spreading ornamental climbers, such as Passiflora kermaina, Ipomoea coccinea, and Dolichos lignorus, which can be trained along the rafters.
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Red Morning-glory (Ipomoea coccinea)
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