from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun An ornamental African plant, Acidanthera bicolor (syn. Gladiolus callianthus), having fibrous corms, swordlike leaves, and large, fragrant white flowers with purple centers.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A genus of about 20 African and Australian plants of the family Iridaceæ, intennediate between Gladiolus and Ixia.
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- noun Any of the
gladiolipreviously placed in the genusAcidanthera.
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
[New Latin : Greek akis, akid-, needle; see ak- in Indo-European roots + New Latin anthera; see anther.]
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From the genus name.
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You can also plant summer bulbs such as onions, potatoes, lilies, liatris, acidanthera, gladiolus and montbretia.
KUSA-TV - 2010
- Begin planting summer bulbs such as caladiums, gladiolus and acidanthera at two-week intervals.
unknown title 2009
Flowers such as, Cosmos 'Purity' and dill flowers for decor, table centres of potted acidanthera, and a bouquet of roses, alchemilla and sweet peas.
Thrifty Mommy 2009
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