from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A South African plant of the genus Othonna having smooth often fleshy leaves and heads of yellow flowers.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A genus of plants of the order Compositæ and the tribe Senecionideæ, type of the subtribe Othonneæ, and known by its sterile disk-flowers and copious pappus.
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- n. a South African plant of the genus Othonna having smooth often fleshy leaves and heads of yellow flowers
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Among the drooping or vine-like kinds are the strawberry geranium, Kenilworth ivy, maurandia, German ivy, canary-bird flower, _Asparagus Sprengeri, _ ivy geranium, trailing fuchsia, wandering jew, and othonna.
The plants most valuable for outside boxes are those of drooping habit, such as lobelias, tropeolums, othonna, Kenilworth ivy, verbena (Fig. 269), sweet alyssum, and petunia.
Kenilworth ivy, tradescantia or wandering jew, _Festuca glauca_ (A) othonna, _Isolepsis gracilis, _ (A) English ivy, _Selaginella denticulata, _ and others.
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