Definition of Jointed rush
1. Noun. Rush of Australia.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jointed Rush
Literary usage of Jointed rush
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Hortus Kewensis; Or, A Catalogue of the Plants Cultivated in the Royal by William Aiton (1811)
"Engl. lot. 2143. Juncus articulatus. Ens.l. lot. 238. Sharp-flower'd jointed Rush. Nat. of Britain. Fl. June — August. H. "U . ll. ..."
2. The History and Antiquities of Newbury and Its Environs: Including Twenty (1839)
"... in a meadow by Burghfield bridge. A beautiful and rare plant.—j. L. Juncus conglomerates, (common Rush) • acutiflorus, (sharp-flowered jointed Rush) ..."
3. An Arrangement of British Plants: According to the Latest Improvements of by William Withering (1830)
"Leave» not compressed. Calyx-leaves with a broad membranous edge. Capsule light brown, shining. E. Bot. and Linn.Tr. BLUNT-FLOWERED jointed rush. ..."
4. The flora of Harrow by James Cosmo Melvill (1876)
"Ehrh. (Shining-fruited jointed rush.) Boggy grounds and watery places. 7-8. ... Sibth. (Lesser Bog jointed rush.) Boggy and swampy places. 6-8. ..."