Definition of Banksia rose
1. Noun. Chinese evergreen climbing rose with yellow or white single flowers.
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Literary usage of Banksia rose
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1. The Book of Roses by Francis Parkman (1866)
"According to the French writer Deslongchamps, there was in 1842 a banksia rose at Toulon, of which the stem was, at its base, two feet and four inches in ..."
2. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1885)
"... and mingling with the long yellow sprays of a banksia rose—at least I believe it was a banksia rose—which tossed its sweetness upwards and downwards in ..."
3. The American Rose Annual by American Rose Society (1917)
"Only double-flowered varieties of the banksia rose are available at Chico, and they are rarely fruitful. It is to be hoped that the primitive single forms ..."
4. The American Flower Garden Directory: Containing Practical Directions for by Robert Buist (1839)
"... banksia rose; but I have never heard of its being introduced either to Europe or this country. Bourbon, bright rosy red, nearly double, ..."
5. In a Gloucestershire Garden by Henry Nicholson Ellacombe (1895)
"Both the Macartney and the banksia rose require a wall, but the China roses (also from China, though called R. Indica) are as hardy as a bramble. ..."