Definition of Climbing corydalis
1. Noun. Annual vine with decompound leaves and racemes of yellow and pink flowers.
Group relationships: Corydalis, Genus Corydalis
Generic synonyms: Vine
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Climbing Corydalis
Literary usage of Climbing corydalis
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1. A Flora of Shropshire by W[illiam] A[llport] Leighton (1841)
"White climbing Corydalis. Stem much branched, climbing ; leaves pinnate, pinnae stalked ternate or pe- date, leaflets elliptical acute, petioles ending in ..."
2. The American Gardener's Magazine by C M Hovey (1835)
"... fungosa climbing corydalis. Stem climbing. Leaves furnished with tendrils. Flowers flesh-colored, axillary, ..."
3. Publications by English Dialect Society (1886)
"... as smoak is, it appeareth to those that behold it at a distance as if the ground were all of a smoak.' Fumitory, Climbing. Corydalis ..."
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