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Definition of C scandens

C scandens
Cobaea Co*b[ae]"a (k[-o]*b[=e]"[.a]), n. [Named after D. Cobo, a Spanish botanist.] A genus of climbing plants, native of Mexico and South America. C. scandens is a conservatory climber with large bell-shaped flowers.

Meaning of C scandens from wikipedia

- Celastrus scandens, commonly called American bittersweet or bittersweet, is a species of Celastrus that blooms mostly in June and is commonly found on...
- John Murray. Pink, A. (2004). Gardening for the Million. Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation. Cobaea scandens (in Spanish) Cobaea scandens...
- hederaceum (common name: heartleaf philodendron synonym: Philodendron scandens) is a species of flowering plant in the family Araceae, native to Central...
- botanist Carl Willdenow who gave it the name Dillenia scandens. The specific epithet scandens is derived from Latin, and means "to climb". In 1805, Swedish...
- excess weight, which is also true of the slower-growing American species, C. scandens. The leaves are round and glossy, 2–12 cm (0.8–4.7 in) long, have toothed...
- "Culcasia scandens". World Checklist of Selected Plant Families (WCSP). Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Retrieved 2017-08-01. "Culcasia scandens P. Beauv....
- R. scandens is mainly present is lowland and mountainous forests dominated by hardwood and podocarp throughout the North island. Ripogonum scandens is...
- now considered taxonomic synonyms of B. scandens. There are two varieties: Billardiera scandens var. scandens - Leaves linear to ovate with lower surface...
- "Pothos scandens L." The Plant List. Retrieved 15 August 2017. Media related to Pothos scandens at Wikimedia Commons Data related to Pothos scandens at Wikispecies...
- it covers the ground and climbs up trees and walls. It is hardy down to 1 °C (34 °F) and does not tolerate frost. Therefore in temperate regions is often...
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