Definition of Fritillaria lanceolata
1. Noun. Herb of northwestern America having green-and-purple bell-shaped flowers.
Generic synonyms: Checkered Lily, Fritillary
Lexicographical Neighbors of Fritillaria Lanceolata
Literary usage of Fritillaria lanceolata
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (1899)
"PROCEEDINGS OF THE ACADEMY OF Fritillaria lanceolata Pursh. Specimen of a liliaceous plant obtained on Brant Island, 10th of April, 1806, ..."
2. Bulletin of the California Academy of Sciences by California Academy of Sciences (1886)
"Fritillaria lanceolata, var. gracili^, Wats. Proc. Am. Acad. xv. 259. FRITILLARIA MULTIFLORA, Kellogg, 1. ci 57; and Pacific, June 8, 1855. ..."
3. Ornamental Gardening for Americans: A Treatise on Beautifying Homes, Rural by Elias A. Long (1899)
"Fritillaria, Lance-leaved (Fritillaria lanceolata). — Purple ; summer; 6 inches. Fritillaria, Purple (F. atropurpurea).—Purplish ; 4 to 20 inches. ..."
4. Zoe: A Biological Journal by Townshend Stith Brandegee, Katharine Layne Brandegee (1891)
"Fritillaria lanceolata Pursh, FI. N. Am. i, 230. Bluffs of thè seashore. Mission and South San Francisco hills. March—April. " Rice-Root." 465. ..."