Definition of Golden club

1. Noun. Aquatic plant of the southeastern United States having blue-green leaves and a spadix resembling a club covered with tiny yellow flowers.

Exact synonyms: Orontium Aquaticum
Group relationships: Genus Orontium, Orontium
Generic synonyms: Aquatic Plant, Hydrophyte, Hydrophytic Plant, Water Plant

Lexicographical Neighbors of Golden Club

golden-eyed fly
golden ager
golden algae
golden aster
golden barrel cactus
golden boy
golden boys
golden calf
golden calla
golden chain
golden chinkapin
golden clematis
golden club (current term)
golden crown beard
golden crownbeard
golden cup
golden duck
golden eagle
golden eagles
golden everlasting
golden fairy lantern
golden fern
golden fig
golden fruit dove
golden girl
golden girls
golden glow

Literary usage of Golden club

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Nature's Garden: An Aid to Knowledge of Our Wild Flowers and Their Insect by Neltje Blanchan (1907)
"A first cousin of cruel Jack-in-the-pulpit, the skunk cabbage, and the water-arum (see page 155), a poor relation also of the calla lily, the golden club ..."

2. Cyclopedia of American Horticulture: Comprising Suggestions for Cultivation by Liberty Hyde Bailey, Wilhelm Miller (1901)
"Orontium aquaticum, or golden club, is a hardy, native, aquatic plant, ... golden club. Blade of Ivs. 5-12 x 2-5 in.: stalk 4-20 in. long: scape %-2 ft. ..."

3. Nature's Garden: An Aid to Knowledge of Our Wild Flowers and Their Insect by Neltje Blanchan (1900)
"But the golden club, which looks something like a calla stripped of her lovely white robe, has not lacked protection for its little buds from the cold ..."

4. Biltmore Nursery, Biltmore, N.C. (1907)
"golden club. A waterside plant with beautiful velvety dark green foliage. Grows naturally from Massachusetts to Florida and Louisiana. ..."

5. A Guide to the Wild Flowers by Alice Lounsberry (1899)
"Of all the aquatics the golden club is perhaps the most curious. It is a simple member of its family. The Arums have been most careful to envelope their ..."

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