Definition of Canary creeper

1. Noun. A climber having flowers that are the color of canaries.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Canary Creeper

canalling
canals
canals for lesser palatine nerves
canals of Scarpa
canals of Schlemm
canalside
canape
canapes
canaphite
canard
canards
canaried
canary
canary-yellow
canary bird
canary creeper (current term)
canary in a coal mine
canary seed
canary whitewood
canary yellow
canarybird flower
canarybird vine
canarying
canarylike
canarypox
canarypox virus
canasite
canasta
canastas

Literary usage of Canary creeper

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1. The Garden: An Illustrated Weekly Journal of Gardening in All Its Branches by Esther Baldwin York (1906)
"Tomatoe» Out of Doors —The Tomato may be most successfully grown mil of doors, at any rale The canary creeper. This half-hardy annual climbing plant is ..."

2. The English Flower Garden: Design, Arrangement and Plans Followed by a by William Robinson (1895)
"The | precise home of the canary creeper is ¡ uncertain, as the plant occurs all over the I west of S. America, from Mexico to Chili ; | but it has ..."

3. Favourite Flowers of Garden and Greenhouse by Edward Step (1896)
"The name canary creeper was originally given to T. peregrinum, in consequence of a fancied resemblance in form and colour between the flower in certain ..."

4. The English Flower Garden and Pleasure Ground: Design and Arrangement Shown by William Robinson (1899)
"In short, there is no end to the T. aduncum (canary creeper). ... The precise home of the canary creeper is uncertain, as the plant occurs all over the west ..."

5. The English Flower Garden and Home Grounds: Design and Arrangement Shown by by William Robinson (1907)
"A beautiful perennial climber with flowers akin to those of the common Canary Creeper but rather smaller and of an orange colour; they are distinct also in ..."

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