Definition of Deutzias

1. Noun. (plural of deutzia) ¹



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Definition of Deutzias

1. deutzia [n] - See also: deutzia

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Deutzias

deutohydroguret
deutomerite
deuton
deutons
deutoplasm
deutoplasmic
deutoplasmigenon
deutoplasmolysis
deutoplasms
deutoplastic
deutosulphuret
deutosulphurets
deutoxide
deutoxides
deutzia
deutzias (current term)
deva
devachan
devachanic
devacuumization
devadasi
devadasis
devall
devalled
devalling
devalls
devalorize
devalorized
devalorizes
devalorizing

Literary usage of Deutzias

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1. Journal of Horticulture, Cottage Gardener and Home Farmer (1883)
"For six deutzias Mr. J. Douglas took the lead with the large planta that are .... Cuttings of deutzias strike readily in heat, and if rooted at once will ..."

2. Trees, Shrubs and Plants for Farm and Home Planting by Charles Parker Halligan (1918)
"... is the hardiest of all the deutzias and excellent for planting in the foreground of shrubbery masses Flowering shrubs, such as the large flowering mock ..."

3. The Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture: A Discussion for the Amateur, and by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1914)
"The deutzias belong to our most beautiful and most popular ornamental shrubs; ... Most of the deutzias have white flowers, but D. rosea, D. purpurascens, ..."

4. The Book of Shrubs by George Gordon (1903)
"All the deutzias are remarkable for their elegant habit and freedom of flowering, ... deutzias can be readily increased by means of cuttings of the partly ..."

5. The Making of a Flower Garden by Ida Dandridge Bennett (1919)
"Then, having planted freely of these two deutzias I should go on and plant all the other varieties of deutzias I could buy, beg or borrow, for I can assure ..."

6. Japan: Travels and Researches Undertaken at the Cost of the Prussian Government by Johannes Justus Rein (1884)
"... deutzias, Roses, Rhus sylvestris S. and Z., with grasses, herbs and ferns that love dryness; and when in early summer everything is green and blooming, ..."

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