Definition of Kennedia coccinea
1. Noun. Prostrate or twining woody vine with small leathery leaves and umbels of red flowers; Australia and Tasmania.
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Literary usage of Kennedia coccinea
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1. Paxton's Magazine of Botany, and Register of Flowering Plants by Sir Joseph Paxton (1839)
"It is a charming addition to this elegant genus of climbing plants, being fully equal in beauty to kennedia coccinea, although of a rather more spreading ..."
2. The British Almanac: Containing Astronomical, Official and Other Information by Theodorus Bailey Myers Mason (1843)
"kennedia coccinea, '31. 40 ; mono- Kennet Navigation Act, '32. 216 Kensal-green Cemetery, progress of, phylla. id. ih. '33. 218. Kensington, population ..."
3. The British Almanac: Containing Astronomical, Official and Other Information by Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain) (1843)
"kennedia coccinea,'31. 40; mono- phylla. id. ib. Kennet Navigation Act, '32. 216 Kensal-green Cemetery, progress of, '33.218. Kensington, population, &c. of ..."
4. The Gardener's Magazine and Register of Rural and Domestic Improvement by J C Loudon (1826)
"... a collector who has been in Australasia on Mr.Mackay's account for several years, are coming into flower : —kennedia coccinea of Ventenat; ..."