Definition of Toadflaxes

1. Noun. (plural of toadflax) ¹



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Definition of Toadflaxes

1. toadflax [n] - See also: toadflax

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Toadflaxes

to wit
toad
toad-in-the-hole
toad-like
toad-strangler
toad frog
toad in the hole
toad lily
toad rush
toad skin
toadeaters
toadfish
toadfishes
toadflax
toadflaxes (current term)
toadhead
toadied
toadies
toadish
toadless
toadlet
toadlets
toadlike
toadly
toadrush
toads
toads in the hole
toadshade
toadskin

Literary usage of Toadflaxes

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1. The English Flower Garden and Home Grounds: Design and Arrangement Shown by by William Robinson (1907)
"ANNUAL toadflaxes.—Some of the annual species are among our prettiest border flowers, growing about I ft. high, and very effective in broad masses. ..."

2. My Garden by Louise Beebe Wilder (1916)
"The annual toadflaxes are pretty enough to justify a few gay patches along the edge of the borders. The blossoms are like small Snapdragons and come in ..."

3. My Garden by Louise Beebe Wilder (1916)
"The annual toadflaxes are pretty enough to justify a few gay patches along the edge of the borders. The blossoms are like small Snapdragons and come in ..."

4. Alpines and Bog-plants by Reginald John Farrer (1908)
"macedonica are magnificent herbaceous plants, broad and narrow-leaved forms of one type, probably, like enormous common sulphur and orange toadflaxes, ..."

5. Rock Gardening for Amateurs by Harry Higgott Thomas (1914)
"Low bushes are also an advantage to shade the ground and shelter the young stems from frost in spring. Linaria (Toadflax).—The finest of the toadflaxes ..."

6. The English Flower Garden: Design, Arrangement and Plans Followed by a by William Robinson (1895)
"The finely-veined flowers are dull white tinged with lilac ANNUAL toadflaxes.—Some of the annual species are among our prettiest border flowers growing ..."

7. A Practical Guide to Garden Plants: Containing Descriptions of the Hardiest by John Weathers (1901)
"The toadflaxes are of very easy culture in ordinary garden soil in rather dry and sunny situations, many of them being very ornamental in the rockery, ..."

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