Definition of Fibrous-rooted begonia
1. Noun. Any of numerous begonias having fibrous rather than tuberous or rhizomatous roots.
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Literary usage of Fibrous-rooted begonia
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1. The Practical Garden-book: Containing the Simplest Directions for the by Charles Elias Hunn, Liberty Hyde Balley (1900)
"Cut- tings of half-ripened wood root eas- fibrous-rooted begonia ilv. making a rapid growth, the plants flowering in a few months. ..."
2. Cyclopedia of American Horticulture: Comprising Suggestions for Cultivation by Liberty Hyde Bailey, Wilhelm Miller (1900)
"Interesting as being the only double-fld. fibrous- rooted Begonia. Named for Gilson, colored gardener to Mrs. Livingston, NY 55. híbrida ..."
3. Gardeners Chronicle, the Horticultural Trade Journal (1897)
"... planta in flower of the popular winter fibrous-rooted Begonia Gloire do Sceaux. Thai considerable proportions, and grown in 8-in. pott. ..."
4. Popular Garden Flowers: Anemones, Asters, Begonias ... [et Al.] by Walter Page Wright (1911)
"Several varieties of a fibrous-rooted Begonia named semperflorens exist. The species, a Brazilian plant with pink flowers, is generally used for pot culture ..."