Definition of Laburnum alpinum
1. Noun. An ornamental shrub or tree of the genus Laburnum.
Group relationships: Genus Laburnum, Laburnum
Generic synonyms: Flowering Shrub
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Laburnum Alpinum
Literary usage of Laburnum alpinum
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1. The New Gardening: A Guide to the Most Recent Developments in the Culture of by Walter Page Wright (1913)
"... variously known as Laburnum Adami and Cytisus Adami, which was raised by a French florist in 1825 by grafting Cytisus purpureus on to Laburnum alpinum. ..."
2. Ornamental Shrubs of the United States (hardy, Cultivated) by Austin Craig Apgar (1910)
"SCOTCH LABURNUM (134) — Laburnum alpinum. * Flowers somewhat purplish, rarely pure yellow. ADAM'S LABURNUM (136) — Laburnum Adami. ..."
3. Seaside Planting of Trees and Shrubs by Alfred Gaut (1907)
"Ivy. See Hedera. Juniper. See Juniperus. Laburnum alpinum, Scotch Laburnum. One of the hardiest trees in cultivation, flourishing in the bleakest ..."
4. Seaside Planting of Trees and Shrubs by Alfred Gaut (1907)
"Laburnum alpinum, Scotch Laburnum. One of the hardiest trees in cultivation, flourishing in the bleakest positions (see illustration). Useful by the sea. ..."
5. London Parks and Gardens by Mrs Evelyn Cecil, Evelyn Cecil (1907)
"... snowy medlar, sycamore, several varieties of thorn, and a large Scotch laburnum, Laburnum alpinum, which flowers later than the ordinary laburnum, ..."