Definition of Clianthus formosus

1. Noun. Sprawling shrubby perennial noted for its scarlet black-marked flowers; widely distributed in dry parts of Australia.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Clianthus Formosus

Cleome pinnata
Cleome serrulata
Cleopatra
Cleret
Cleridae
Clermont-Ferrand
Clethra
Clethra alnifolia
Clethraceae
Clethrionomys
Cleveland
Cleveland steamers
Clevenger
Clevenger's fissure
Clianthus formosus
Clianthus puniceus
Clianthus speciosus
Clichy
Clichy-la-Garenne
Cliff
Clifford
Clifford Odets
Clifford trust
Cliffordian
Clifton
Cliftonia
Cliftonia monophylla
Climategate
Clinch River

Literary usage of Clianthus formosus

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1. The Floricultural Cabinet, and Florists Magazine by Joseph Harrison (1850)
"clianthus formosus.—Messrs. Veitch, of Exeter;, possess this beautiful species. It is similar in habit to the old C. puniceus. ..."

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