Definition of Abronia villosa
1. Noun. Soft-haired sticky plant with heads of bright pink trumpet-shaped flowers; found in sandy desert soil; after ample rains may carpet miles of desert with pink from the southwestern United States to northern Mexico.
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Literary usage of Abronia villosa
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1. The Wild Flowers of California: Their Names, Haunts, and Habits by Mary Elizabeth Parsons (1906)
"Abronia villosa, Wats. Four-o'clock Family. Plants with more or less glandular-villous pubescence. Stems.-— Prostrate. Leaves.—Rarely an inch long. ..."
2. University of California Publications in Botany by University of California, Berkeley (1903)
"Abronia villosa Wats. Pink Sand-verbena. Common beneath the pines in Thomas Valley, which it enters from the desert region. Here the flowers are large for ..."
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