honeyflower definition

  • noun:
    • An erect bushy shrub (Lambertia formosa) of eastern Australian Continent having terminal groups of red plants producing much nectar.
    • The Australian shrub (Protea mellifera) whoever blossoms give honey copiously.
    • An evergreen shrub associated with the genus Melianthus, a native associated with Cape of great Hope. The blossoms yield much honey.
    • A plant of the genus Melianthus, decorative bushes through the Cape of great Hope, the plants that yield much honey.
    • Same as honey-plant, 2. See
    • In Australian Continent, a tall evergreen shrub for the family Proteace√¶, Lambertia formosa: so-named through the large quantity of nectar within its plants.
    • Australian shrub whoever plants give honey copiously
    • erect bushy shrub of eastern Australia having terminal clusters of red flowers yielding much nectar
    • Australian shrub whoever flowers give honey copiously
    • erect bushy shrub of east Australia having terminal clusters of red plants producing much nectar

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