Definition of Platystemon californicus

1. Noun. California plant with small pale yellow flowers.

Exact synonyms: Creamcups
Generic synonyms: Poppy
Group relationships: Genus Platystemon, Platystemon



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Platystemon Californicus

Platycerium alcicorne
Platycerium andinum
Platycerium bifurcatum
Platycladus orientalis
Platyctenea
Platyhelminthes
Platylobium
Platylobium formosum
Platymiscium
Platymiscium pinnatum
Platymiscium trinitatis
Platypoecilus
Platypoecilus maculatus
Platyrrhini
Platystemon
Platystemon californicus
Platz
Plaut
Plaut's bacillus
Plaut-Vincent angina
Plautine
Plautus
Plautus alle
Plavix
PlayStation
PlayStations
PlayStations 3
Play Station
Playboys

Literary usage of Platystemon californicus

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1. Popular Studies of California Wild Flowers by Bertha Marguerite Rice, Roland Rice (1920)
"Their name, platystemon californicus, is given them because of the flattened filaments to the stamens. There is another flower, ..."

2. Popular Studies of California Wild Flowers by Bertha Marguerite Rice, Roland Rice (1920)
"Their name, platystemon californicus, is given them because of the flattened filaments to the stamens. There is another flower, ..."

3. The Flower Garden: Or, Breck's Book of Flowers ; in which are Described All by Joseph Breck (1859)
"platystemon californicus. — It is a hardy annual, of considerable beauty, growing in any light, loamy soil, and readily increased by seeds, ..."

4. Pittonia by Edward Lee Greene (1905)
"Eschscholtzia Californica and platystemon californicus, the former originally from Monterey, the latter from San Francisco, are both apparently restricted ..."

5. The English Flower Garden and Home Grounds: Design and Arrangement Shown by by William Robinson (1907)
"Besides a white variety, it has a tendency platystemon californicus. to become semi-double, by a sort of " hose- in-hose" reduplication of the corolla, ..."

6. Favourite Flowers of Garden and Greenhouse by Edward Step (1896)
"platystemon californicus, the Californian Poppy, is the only species; a hardy annual, 1 foot high, with yellow flowers, and hairy capsules and leaves. ..."

7. The Practical Fruit, Flower and Vegetable Gardener's Companion: With a Calendar by Patrick Neill, Richard Gay Pardee (1857)
"... subjected to all the rules which regulate the disposition of common border flowers. Hardy Annuals.—platystemon californicus; Collomia coccinea ; Lepto- ..."

8. The Flower Garden: Or, Breck's Book of Flowers ; in which are Described All by Joseph Breck (1859)
"platystemon californicus. — It is a hardy annual, of considerable beauty, growing in any light, loamy soil, and readily increased by seeds, ..."

9. Pittonia by Edward Lee Greene (1905)
"Eschscholtzia Californica and platystemon californicus, the former originally from Monterey, the latter from San Francisco, are both apparently restricted ..."

10. The English Flower Garden and Home Grounds: Design and Arrangement Shown by by William Robinson (1907)
"Besides a white variety, it has a tendency platystemon californicus. to become semi-double, by a sort of " hose- in-hose" reduplication of the corolla, ..."

11. Favourite Flowers of Garden and Greenhouse by Edward Step (1896)
"platystemon californicus, the Californian Poppy, is the only species; a hardy annual, 1 foot high, with yellow flowers, and hairy capsules and leaves. ..."

12. The Practical Fruit, Flower and Vegetable Gardener's Companion: With a Calendar by Patrick Neill, Richard Gay Pardee (1857)
"... subjected to all the rules which regulate the disposition of common border flowers. Hardy Annuals.—platystemon californicus; Collomia coccinea ; Lepto- ..."

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