Definition of Rhododendron viscosum
1. Noun. Shrub growing in swamps throughout the eastern United States and having small white to pinkish flowers resembling honeysuckle.
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Literary usage of Rhododendron viscosum
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1. A Monograph of Azaleas: Rhododendron Subgenus Anthodendron by Ernest Henry Wilson, Alfred Rehder (1921)
"Rhododendron viscosum was apparently first observed by John Banister, an English missionary who sent a drawing of it to Dr. Compton, Bishop of London. ..."
2. Botanical Gazette by University of Chicago, JSTOR (Organization) (1896)
"The experiments on Rhododendron viscosum failed for some reason or other and we will turn our attention to those on the other plants which were more ..."
3. Rhodora by New England Botanical Club (1901)
"Rhododendron viscosum, var. nitidum, Gray. Dr. EH Eames has sent me for ... My authority for the occurrence of Rhododendron viscosum, var. nitidum in ..."
4. Familiar Features of the Roadside: The Flowers, Shrubs, Birds, and Insects by Ferdinand Schuyler Mathews (1897)
"The swamp honeysuckle (Rhododendron viscosum} is a somewhat sticky white ... Quite an amount of the swamp Rhododendron viscosum. honeysuckle may be gathered ..."
5. The Magazine of Horticulture, Botany, and All Useful Discoveries and by C M Hovey (1867)
"Rhododendron viscosum.—Height, 3 to 4 feet. Under this heading we class the azaleas of gardens; and where peat is of ready access, the Ghent azaleas are ..."