Definition of Japanese morning glory

1. Noun. Annual Old World tropical climbing herb distinguished by wide color range and frilled or double flowers.

Exact synonyms: Ipomoea Nil
Generic synonyms: Morning Glory



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Japanese Morning Glory

Japanese ivy
Japanese knotweed
Japanese lacquer tree
Japanese lantern
Japanese lanterns
Japanese leaf
Japanese leek
Japanese lilac
Japanese lime
Japanese linden
Japanese maple
Japanese medlar
Japanese millet
Japanese monetary unit
Japanese morning glory (current term)
Japanese oak
Japanese oyster
Japanese pagoda tree
Japanese persimmon
Japanese pink
Japanese plum
Japanese poinsettia
Japanese privet
Japanese quince
Japanese radish
Japanese red pine
Japanese river fever
Japanese rose
Japanese sea lion

Literary usage of Japanese morning glory

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Vines and how to Grow Them: A Manual of Climbing Plants for Flower, Foliage by William C. McCollom (1911)
"It is hard to get a good strain of the Japanese morning glory. Once you get a good strain of this selection, it is wonderful, and the best way to keep it is ..."

2. Luther Burbank: His Methods and Discoveries and Their Practical Application by Luther Burbank, John Whitson, Robert John, Henry Smith Williams, Luther Burbank Society (1915)
"One of the most remarkable of the varieties is the Japanese morning-glory, some forms of which have double flowers of very curious structure. ..."

3. Luther Burbank: His Methods and Discoveries and Their Practical Application by Luther Burbank, John Whitson, Robert John, Henry Smith Williams, Luther Burbank Society (1915)
"One of the most remarkable of the varieties is the Japanese morning-glory, some forms of which have double ..."

4. School and Home Gardens by William Herman Dietrich Meier (1913)
"The Japanese morning-glory is more robust and will attain a height of from thirty to fifty feet. The leaves are of different sizes and shapes, and the color ..."

5. The Making of a Flower Garden by Ida Dandridge Bennett (1919)
"... hiding the lower blossoms, for the Japanese morning glory branches and blooms from the root up. Pure white blooms, five inches or more in diameter, ..."

6. The Joy of Gardens by Lena May McCauley (1911)
"The new Japanese morning-glory is a beautiful addition to the fair company of crystal cups, pink-tinted shells, velvet purples, and royal crimsons that the ..."

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