Words nearby cion
Definition for cion (2 of 2)
Origin of -cion
Examples from the Web for cion
Inarching or grafting by approach, in which the cion remains attached to the parent plant until union takes place.
After union has taken place, the lower part of the cion is removed.
He says that the cion should be cut, as much as possible, obliquely across the pith, so that it may be exposed on one side only.The Nut Culturist|Andrew S. Fuller
The cion should be about four inches long, with two or more buds upon it.Parsons on the Rose|Samuel Browne Parsons
The piece of root serves as a temporary support, and roots are emitted along the cion.