Definition of Sun plant
1. Noun. Widely cultivated in many varieties for its fleshy moss-like foliage and profusion of brightly colored flowers.
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Literary usage of Sun plant
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1. The Technical World Magazine (1912)
""The comparison would then stand as follows: COST OF OPERATING 100 HORSE-POWER sun plant FOR ONE YEAR. Original cost of plant $20000.00 Interest on $20000 ..."
2. The Century Dictionary: An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney (1891)
"Sun-plant1 (sun'plant), ». ... See Port ilíaca-. sun-plant2 (sun'plant), ». [< ««»2, s«»n, + plant1.] Same as вии». ..."
3. David Dickson's and James M. Smith's farming by David Dickson, James Monroe Smith, George Frederick Hunnicutt (1908)
"For instance, cotton is shown to be a sun plant, and especially adapted to a certain ... The evidence of its being a sun plant is seen in the fact that, ..."
4. Laboratory and Field Manual of Botany by Joseph Young Bergen, Bradley Moore Davis (1907)
"Does it reproduce mainly by seed or by other means ? G. Does this appear to be a sun plant or a shade plant ? Reasons for conclusion. ..."