tradescantia


trad·es·can·tia

noun \ˌtra-də-ˈskan(t)-sh(ē-)ə\

Definition of TRADESCANTIA

Origin of TRADESCANTIA

New Latin, genus name, from John Tradescant †1638 English traveler & gardener
First Known Use: 1766

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