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cup-and-saucer vine

[ kuhp-uhn-saw-ser ]
/ ˈkʌp ənˈsɔ sər /
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noun
a woody, Mexican vine, Cobaea scandens, of the phlox family, having bell-shaped, violet-colored or greenish-purple flowers with an inflated, leaflike calyx and long, curved stamens.
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Also called cup-and-saucer plant, Mexican ivy.

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