Definition of Hoheria populnea
1. Noun. Small tree or shrub of New Zealand having a profusion of axillary clusters of honey-scented paper-white flowers and whose bark is used for cordage.
Group relationships: Genus Hoheria, Hoheria
Generic synonyms: Tree
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Literary usage of Hoheria populnea
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1. Icones Plantarum: Or Figures, with Brief Descriptive Characters and Remarks ...by William Jackson Hooker by William Jackson Hooker (1843)
"hoheria populnea. A. Cunn. Fl. Nov. Zeal. in Ann. Nat. Hist. v. 3,p. 319. Sida Hohen. Hook. mst. HAB. New Zealand, Northern Island. ..."
2. World's Columbian Exposition, 1893: Official Catalogue by Moses Purnell Handy (1893)
"(NZ) hoheria populnea. (NZ) Eucalyptus Calophylla. ... (NSW) hoheria populnea. (NZ) Hunt, C., Horbury. 109. On the Hawkesbury. 11o. ..."
3. Austral English: A Dictionary of Australasian Words, Phrases and Usages with by Edward Ellis Morris (1898)
"... A. Cunn., and hoheria populnea, A. Cunn., the bark of which is used for cordage, and was once used for making a demulcent drink. ..."