Definition of Hamelia erecta

1. Noun. Handsome shrub with showy orange to scarlet or crimson flowers; Florida and West Indies to Mexico and Brazil.

Exact synonyms: Coloradillo, Hamelia Patens, Scarlet Bush, Scarlet Hamelia
Generic synonyms: Hamelia



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hamelia Erecta

Hamamelis vernalis
Hamamelis virginiana
Hamamelites
Haman
Hamas
Hamasaki
Hamazaki
Hamble
Hamburg
Hamburg parsley
Hamburg steak
Hamburger
Hamburger's law
Hamburger's phenomenon
Hamburgers
Hamelia erecta
Hamelia patens
Hamhung
Hamilton
Hamilton's pseudophlegmon
Hamilton-Stewart formula
Hamilton-Stewart method
Hamiltonian
Hamiltonian cycle
Hamiltonian cycles
Hamiltonian graph
Hamiltonian path
Hamiltonian paths
Hamiltonians
Hamiltonism

Literary usage of Hamelia erecta

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1. Circular by Puerto Rico Federal Experiment Station, Mayaguez, Puerto Rico Agricultural Experiment Station (Mayaguez) (1918)
"The scarlet hamelia, hamelia erecta, has orange-scarlet flowers in open clusters. The petioles and even the leaf blades sometimes turn reddish. ..."

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