Definition of Robinias
1. robinia [n] - See also: robinia
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Robinias
Literary usage of Robinias
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Garden: An Illustrated Weekly Journal of Gardening in All Its Branches by William Robinson, Esther Baldwin York (1903)
"TUE robinias are represented in this country by four species and from twenty to ... The robinias are practically indifferent as to soil, but young plants ..."
2. The Natural History of Plants: Their Forms, Growth, Reproduction, and by Anton Kerner von Marilaun (1902)
"In Robinia Pseudacacia, popularly known by the name of Acacia, and also in numerous other robinias as well as in several Siberian ..."
3. The Vegetable World: Being a History of Plants, with Their Botanical by Louis Figuier (1869)
"... and robinias, grow magnificent Magnolias, of which this is the true domain. The vegetation of this region is thus remarkable in its variety. ..."
4. "Magyarland;": Being the Narrative of Our Travels Through the Highlands and by Mazuchelli, N. E (1881)
"Walk along the terrace of the embankment on an evening in early summer, when the robinias are in bloom ! The odour of the flowers, the beauty of the women, ..."
5. The Ladies' Companion to the Flower Garden: Being an Alphabetical by Jane (Webb) Loudon (1865)
"All the robinias are quite hardy, and they may be grown in any soil, ... When robinias are raised from seed, the seeds should be steeped for twenty- four ..."
6. The English Flower Garden: Design, Arrangement and Plans Followed by a by William Robinson (1895)
"It is a very beautiful growth, 5 to 15 ft. high ; its foliage is much larger than that of the other robinias ; the clear rose-pink flowers are also larger. ..."
7. The English Flower Garden: Design, Arrangement and Plans Followed by a by William Robinson (1895)
"It ¡sa very beautiful growth, 5 to 15 ft. high ; its foliage is much larger than that of the other robinias ; the clear rose-pink flowers are also larger. ..."