Definition of American wistaria

1. Noun. An eastern United States native resembling the cultivated Japanese wisteria having pale purple-lilac flowers.

Exact synonyms: American Wisteria, Wisteria Frutescens
Generic synonyms: Wistaria, Wisteria



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Lexicographical Neighbors of American Wistaria

American toad
American trypanosomiasis
American turkey oak
American twinflower
American wall fern
American water ouzel
American water shrew
American water spaniel
American watercress
American white birch
American white oak
American white pine
American widgeon
American widgeons
American wire gauge
American wistaria
American wisteria
American woodcock
American wormseed
Americana
Americanese
Americanisation
Americanisations
Americanise
Americanised
Americanises
Americanising
Americanism
Americanisms
Americanist

Literary usage of American wistaria

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1. The Bee-keepers' Guide: Or Manual of the Apiary by Albert John Cook (1882)
"... our various fruit trees, peach, cherry, plum, apple, etc., in fact all the Rosaceae FIG. 76.—american wistaria. family. Our beautiful american wistaria, ..."

2. The American Gardener's Assistant: In Three Parts, Containing Complete by Thomas Bridgeman, Sereno Edwards Todd (1867)
"I have the Chinese Wistaria Sinensis from fifteen to twenty feet high, and the american wistaria about the same height. The Chinese does not look so ..."

3. The Florist's Guide: Containing Practical Directions for the Cultivation of by Thomas Bridgeman (1835)
"I have the Chinese Wistaria Sinensis from fifteen to twenty feet long, and the american wistaria about the same height. The Chinese does not look so ..."

4. The Florist's Guide: Containing Practical Directions for the Cultivation of by Thomas Bridgeman (1835)
"I have the Chinese Wistaria Sinensis from fifteen to twenty feet long, and the american wistaria about the same height. The Chinese does not look so ..."

5. Cyclopedia of American Horticulture: Comprising Suggestions for Cultivation by Liberty Hyde Bailey, Wilhelm Miller (1902)
"american wistaria. KIDNEY BEAN TREE. Not as vigorous as the Chinese Wistaria but climbing over trees and bushes to a length of .40-40 ft., with dark green ..."

6. Vines and how to Grow Them: A Manual of Climbing Plants for Flower, Foliage by William C. McCollom (1911)
"This is similar to A. polygama, but a much sparser grower. THE american wistaria Although smaller, the flowers of the american wistaria (W. ..."

7. Biltmore Nursery, Biltmore, N.C. (1907)
"american wistaria. A tall and slender vine with dark green foliage, ... LARGE-FLOWERED american wistaria. A stout climbing vine with stems 20 to 30 feet ..."

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