canary creeper


noun
  1. a climbing plant, Tropaeolum peregrinum, similar to the nasturtium but with smaller yellow flowers and lobed leaves

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How to use canary creeper in a sentence

  • Wandering Jew will also thrive, and the canary creeper grows as well in town as in the country.

  • The canary creeper is another plant, which is so airy and graceful that one never seems to tire of it.

    Small Gardens | Violet Purton Biddle
  • He ties the canary creeper up, and he sees to his cabbages, upon a Sunday morning.

    Dariel | R. D. Blackmore
  • There were window-boxes with lobelia and canary-creeper and geraniums.

    Miss Million's Maid | Bertha Ruck