Definition of Tagasaste

1. Noun. Shrub of Canary Islands having bristle-tipped oblanceolate leaves; used as cattle fodder.

Exact synonyms: Chamaecytisus Palmensis, Cytesis Proliferus
Group relationships: Chamaecytisus, Genus Chamaecytisus
Generic synonyms: Bush, Shrub



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tagasaste

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tagasaste (current term)
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Literary usage of Tagasaste

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1. The United States: A Graphic History by Louis Morton Hacker, Rudolf Modley, George Rogers Taylor (1891)
"tagasaste sown in April, and watered, grew to nine inches in height by September. ... The forage plant, tagasaste, did well. We have a native forage plant ..."

2. Journal by California Legislature (1905)
"tagasaste was killed by frost after reaching a height of 7J4 feet. ... tagasaste would do well and be of great value, but it can not stand the frost here. ..."

3. Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society by Royal Horticultural Society (Great Britain). (1896)
"tagasaste (Cytisus proli/er, var. palmensis).—This is a valuable fodder plant, first brought into notice by the late Dr. Victor Perez, of Orotava. ..."

4. Transactions of the Canadian Institute by Royal Canadian Institute, Canadian Institute (1849-1914) (1904)
"Among the botanical names of the Guanches that are determined, which are few, occurs that of the Cytisus, which is tagasaste; ..."

5. Transactions of the Canadian Institute by Canadian Institute (1849-1914)., Royal Canadian Institute (1904)
"Among the botanical names of the Guanches that are determined, which are few, occurs that of the Cytisus, which is tagasaste; ..."

6. The Indian Forester (1882)
"(" tagasaste ")• The seedlings (about 60) which were planted on the hills ... The same may be said of this fodder plant aa of the above " tagasaste," it ..."

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