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Definition of canary vine

Canary vine
Canary Ca*na"ry, a. [F. Canarie, L. Canaria insula one of the Canary islands, said to be so called from its large dogs, fr. canis dog.] 1. Of or pertaining to the Canary Islands; as, canary wine; canary birds. 2. Of a pale yellowish color; as, Canary stone. Canary grass, a grass of the genus Phalaris (P. Canariensis), producing the seed used as food for canary birds. Canary stone (Min.), a yellow species of carnelian, named from its resemblance in color to the plumage of the canary bird. Canary wood, the beautiful wood of the trees Persea Indica and P. Canariensis, natives of Madeira and the Canary Islands. Canary vine. See Canary bird flower, under Canary bird.
canary vine
Canary bird flower (Bot.), a climbing plant (Trop[ae]olum peregrinum) with canary-colored flowers of peculiar form; -- called also canary vine.

Meaning of canary vine from wikipedia

- The Canary Islands (/kəˈnɛəri/; Spanish: Islas Canarias, pronounced [ˈizlas kaˈnaɾjas]) are a Spanish archipelago and the southernmost autonomous community...
- Tropaeolum peregrinum, the canary-creeper, canarybird flower, canarybird vine, or canary nasturtium, is a species of Tropaeolum native to western South...
- the Castile region during the 16th century. Settlers to the Canary Islands brought the vines with them and eventually Listán Prieto made its way to the...
- berthelotii is a perennial plant endemic to the Canary Islands, in the genus Lotus. Among its common names are lotus vine flower, parrot (or parrot's) beak, pelican...
- wine-gl**** vine, rosary vine, and necklace vine. Ceropegia species are traded, kept, and propagated as ornamental plants. The stems are vining or trailing...
- Spanish: [teneˈɾife]) is the largest and most po****ted island of the seven Canary Islands. It is also the most po****ted island of Spain, with a land area...
- is a Spanish island, the northernmost and easternmost of the autonomous Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean. It is located approximately 125 kilometres...
- islands). Most of them evergreen vines of dry scrubland and thickets. Members of the genus are commonly known as Madeira vines. At least one species, A. cordifolia...
- vinifera. It is considered an "ancient vine", and wine experts believe it is one of the oldest genetically unmodified vines still in existence. It is still an...
- since its introduction there due to the hot climate growing conditions. The vine requires a rich soil and short pruning. James Busby brought some Pedro Ximénez...
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