Definition of Tree fuchsia
1. Noun. Erect deciduous shrub or tree to 10 feet with maroon flowers; New Zealand.
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Literary usage of Tree fuchsia
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1. A Manual of Dates: A Dictionary of Reference to the Most Important Events in by George Henry Townsend (1867)
"Tim scarlet fuchsia was introduced from Chili in 1788, the elender fuchsia from the same place m 1822, and the tree fuchsia frum Mexico in 1823. ..."
2. New Zealand, the "Britain of the South": With a Chapter on the Native War by Charles Hursthouse (1861)
"... one to two hundred feet high, struggle up through a wilderness of underwood—their leafy heads so loaded with tufts of rushy * The Fuchsia-tree (Fuchsia ..."