Definition of Mutisia
1. Noun. Any of various plants of the genus Mutisia.
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Literary usage of Mutisia
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1. Botanical Miscellany: Containing Figures and Descriptions of Such Plants as by William Jackson Hooker (1830)
"Fig. 2. Floret of the disk. Fig. 3. Base of the style to show the sheath which surrounds it. Fig. 4. Base of an anther:—more or less magnified. mutisia ..."
2. The Magazine of Horticulture, Botany, and All Useful Discoveries and by C M Hovey (1862)
"... much earlier than they could by cultivating the common sort in the usual way."—(Gard. Chron.)- mutisia DECURRENS.—We understand that Mr. Veitch has the ..."
3. Greenhouse and Stove Plants, Flowering and Fine-leaved, Palms, Ferns, and by Thomas Baines (1885)
"mutisia. Pretty evergreen climbing plants suitable for training to a supporting pillar or rafter of a greenhouse. Being less vigorous in growth than some ..."
4. Companion to the Botanical Magazine by Sir William Jackson Hooker (1835)
"Near El Castillo del Niebla, Bay of Valdivia, Bridges 830. (3.) mutisia ... East Coast of South Patagonia, Dr. Beck. 832. (5.) mutisia ..."
5. Opuscules Phytologiques by Alexandre Henri Gabriel de Cassini (1826)
"Les mutisia clematis de Linné fils, peduncularis et ... qui doit conserver le nom de mutisia, puisqu'il comprend l'espèce sur laquelle Linné fils a fondé le ..."
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