Definition of Dieffenbachias

1. dieffenbachia [n] - See also: dieffenbachia



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dieffenbachias

dieb
dieback
diebacks
diebs
diecast
diecasting
diecasts
diecious
died
died on the vine
diedral
diedrals
diedre
diedres
dieffenbachia
dieffenbachias (current term)
diegeses
diegesis
diegetic
diegetically
diehard
diehards
dieing
diel
dieldrin
dieldrins
dielectric
dielectric absorption
dielectric grease
dielectric heating

Literary usage of Dieffenbachias

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1. Greenhouse Management: A Manual for Florists and Flower Lovers on the by Levi Rawson Taft (1898)
"dieffenbachias. The plants of this genus are very attractive a^d are readily ... Spring is the best time to propagate dieffenbachias, as they require a high ..."

2. Gardening (1905)
"dieffenbachias are more easily grown than any other class of store or greenhouse plants, and there are few plants that can stand so much neglect and survive ..."

3. Cyclopedia of American Horticulture: Comprising Suggestions for Cultivation by Liberty Hyde Bailey, Wilhelm Miller (1900)
"dieffenbachias are popular hothouse plants, being grown for their handsome and ... For dieffenbachias, similar rooting material to that mentioned for ..."

4. Greenhouse & Stove Plants: Flowering and Fine-leaved, Palms, Ferns, and by Thomas Baines (1885)
"These are herbaceous stove plants, nearly related to the Musas, but have much the appearance of dieffenbachias. They have bold, handsome foliage, ..."

5. Greenhouse and Stove Plants, Flowering and Fine-leaved, Palms, Ferns, and by Thomas Baines (1885)
"These are herbaceous stove plants, nearly related to the Musas, but have much the appearance of dieffenbachias. They have bold, handsome foliage, ..."

6. Journal of Horticulture, Cottage Gardener and Home Farmer (1883)
"Crotons and dieffenbachias that have become bare at the bottom can have their ... The stems of dieffenbachias can be cut into lengths, and either potted ..."

7. The Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture: A Discussion for the Amateur, and ...by Liberty Hyde Bailey by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1917)
"(ХИ) finest variegated foliage plants of the arum family and hardly if at all inferior in beauty and ease of cult, to the popular dieffenbachias, which they ..."

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