bignonia capreolata, with its strongly apheliotropic tendrils (which I had from Kew), is now interesting me greatly.
The lacquer is drawn from its milky sap and mixed with the oil of the bignonia.
The red colouring matter deposited by a decoction of the leaves of bignonia Chica in cooling.
bignonia will give satisfaction south of Chicago, in most localities.
Its favourite haunt is among the red and scentless flowers of the buck-eye, or the large trumpet-shaped blossoms of the bignonia.
One 265 of the most exquisite of all is the seed of bignonia.
The lapacho, of the bignonia species, rises to a height of 100 feet, and its wood is used for cabinet work.
It thrives mightily on these gravelled shores, and so do the bignonia vine, the poison ivy, and the Virginia creeper.
In creepers, bignonia and lantana will hold their own under difficulties perhaps as well as any that can be found.
Chica, an orange-red colouring matter obtained from boiling the leaves of the bignonia chica, and used as a dye.