Definition of Genus cotoneaster

1. Noun. Genus of deciduous or evergreen Old World shrubs widely cultivated.

Generic synonyms: Rosid Dicot Genus
Group relationships: Family Rosaceae, Rosaceae, Rose Family
Member holonyms: Cotoneaster



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Genus Cotoneaster

genus Coryanthes
genus Corydalis
genus Corydalus
genus Corylopsis
genus Corylus
genus Corynebacterium
genus Corypha
genus Coryphantha
genus Corythosaurus
genus Coscoroba
genus Cosmocampus
genus Cosmos
genus Costia
genus Cotinga
genus Cotinus
genus Cotoneaster
genus Cottus
genus Cotula
genus Coturnix
genus Coumarouna
genus Cracticus
genus Crambe
genus Crangon
genus Craspedia
genus Crataegus
genus Crateva
genus Crax
genus Crepis

Literary usage of Genus cotoneaster

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1. A Student's Text-book of Botany by Sydney Howard Vines (1896)
"... Shrubs or trees with deciduous stipules. I. With stony fruits. In the genus Cotoneaster, the fruits project above the receptacle : in ..."

2. Aristocrats of the Garden by Ernest Henry Wilson (1917)
"The Old World genus Cotoneaster includes some of the most beautiful of all berried plants and many of them are suitable for rockeries. ..."

3. Floricultural Cabinet and Florists' Magazine. (1857)
"... most of the genus; Cotoneaster microphylla, trained on a wall, or as standards; Daphne, any of the hardy species ; Escallonia macrantha ยก Fabiana ..."

4. Floricultural Cabinet and Florists' Magazine. (1857)
"... Berberis, many evergreen species; Buxus balearica ; Cistus, most of the genus; Cotoneaster microphylla, trained on a wall, or as standards; Daphne, ..."

5. Journal of the International Garden Club by International Garden Club (1918)
"This is one of the most ornamental species of the genus. Cotoneaster Henryana is a shrub with branches semi-prostrate, and leaves about three inches long, ..."

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