Definition of Eremurus
1. a perennial herb [n EREMURUSES or EREMURI]
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Literary usage of Eremurus
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1. Gartenflora: Monatsschrift Fur Deutsche und Schweizerische Garten- und by Eduard Regel (1899)
"eremurus robustus var. ... eremurus robustus ist beschrieben und farbig abgebildet von Regel in ..."
2. Our Garden Flowers: A Popular Study of Their Native Lands, Their Life by Harriet Louise Keeler (1910)
"eremurus is a Greek name referring to the tall and striking appear ance ... eremurus is one of the most striking plants that a northern garden can produce. ..."
3. Flower Grouping in English, Scotch & Irish Gardens by Margaret H. Waterfield (1907)
"In one respect my own experience is at variance with the cultural directions given by other growers, who assert that once planted an eremurus should never ..."
4. My Garden by Eden Phillpotts (1906)
"The great and glorious eremurus follows in my catalogue, and, as becomes such a ... The hybrid " him-rob" is a huge and splendid eremurus, and the yellow ..."
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