Definition of Daboecia cantabrica

1. Noun. Low straggling evergreen shrub of western Europe represented by several varieties with flowers from white to rose-purple.

Exact synonyms: Connemara Heath, St. Dabeoc's Heath
Generic synonyms: Heath
Group relationships: Daboecia, Genus Daboecia



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Daboecia Cantabrica

D mannose
D minor
D region
D valve
D wave
Da
DaCosta's syndrome
Da Fano
Da Fano's stain
Daae's disease
Daba
Dabb
Dabbs
Dabinett
Daboecia
Daboecia cantabrica
Dabson
Dacca
Dacelo
Dacelo gigas
Dachau
Dachfenster
Dacia
Dacian
Dacians
Dacninae
Daco-Romanian
Dacota
Dacotah
Dacotahs

Literary usage of Daboecia cantabrica

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1. Ireland by Peter Singer (2004)
"... heath (daboecia cantabrica) on the right-hand side of the trail as it swings to the right. Representing one of eight species of wild heather distributed ..."

2. Forget Not Mee & My Garden...": Selected Letters, 1725-1768, of Peter by Peter Collinson (2002)
"... 184 Cyclamen, vernal, 61, 184 Cynanchum, 12 Cypress, 6, 8, 23, 26, 92 Cypripedium, 12, 14, 19 daboecia cantabrica, 180, 183 Date, 18 Delphinium elatum, ..."

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