Definition of Claytonias

1. Noun. (plural of claytonia) ¹



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Definition of Claytonias

1. claytonia [n] - See also: claytonia

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Claytonias

claylike
claym
claymated
claymating
claymation
claymations
claymore
claymore mine
claymores
claypan
claypans
clays
claystone
claystones
claytonia
claytonias (current term)
claytronic
claytronics
clayware
claywares
cleading
cleadings
clean-cut
clean-handed
clean-limbed
clean-living
clean-shaven
clean-timbered
clean-up

Literary usage of Claytonias

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1. Journal of Horticulture, Cottage Gardener and Country Gentlemen (1877)
"... question of a correspondent, " TYKO," who asks " what sort of plants the claytonias are," by publishing a figure of one of the oldest of the species. ..."

2. Dictionary of National Biography by LESLIE. STEPHEN (1887)
"The claytonias are perennial, rare in cultivation ; but the C. virginica is sometimes met with. These plants are popularly known in America by the name of ..."

3. Life-zone Indicators in California by Harvey Monroe Hall, Marcos Sastre, William Hamilton Gibson, Joseph Grinnell (1919)
"When I picked my arbutus in February, and when Burroughs and Dr. Abbott gathered their claytonias—the latter in , S February—we could doubtless all have ..."

4. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1900)
"... Rocky Mountain claytonias in the Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club for May, in which he further publishes a considerable number of new species of ..."

5. Rhodora by New England Botanical Club (1903)
"... claytonias and DENTARIAS, of VIOLA SF.I.KIRKII, the Seneca Snakeroot, POLYGALA SENEGA, the woodland orchids, ..."

6. Across Australia by Baldwin Spencer, Francis James Gillen (1912)
"... dull-green, drooping foliage is made of little stiff, green twigs (Fig. 33). On the other hand, we have the succulent claytonias and Euphorbias ..."

7. Minnesota Plant Life by Conway MacMillan (1899)
"... and claytonias. Sometimes the skins of the leaves are greatly thickened and the air pores are reduced in number, as in the leather- leafed wintergreens ..."

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