Moonflower

(Calonyction) These are gorgeous, herbaceous plants that climb. They bloom in the evening and are related to the Morning Glory. They grow wild in the tropics of both hemispheres. C. aculeatum is the most common kind. It can reach a height of 15 feet or more. It's covered with lovely leaves and white, fragrant flowers that resemble trumpets, up to 6...
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moonflower

[n] - pantropical climber having white fragrant nocturnal flowers
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Moonflower

Moonflower: An hallucinogenic but poisonous plant known scientifically as Datura that has white flowers that bloom at night. Moonflowers contain scopolamine and hyoscyamine, both of which can cause anticholinergic poisoning. Symptoms occur typically within an hour after ingestion and continue for 24-48 hours. Ingestion causes a classic anticholiner...
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Moonflower

Moon'flow`er noun (Botany) (a) The oxeye daisy; -- called also moon daisy . (b) A kind of morning glory ( Ipomœa Bona-nox ) with large white flowers opening at night.
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moonflower

<botany> The oxeye daisy; called also moon daisy. ... A kind of morning glory (Ipomoea Bona-nox) with large white flowers opening at night. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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moonflower

belle de nuit noun pantropical climber having white fragrant nocturnal flowers
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Moonflower

• (n.) A kind of morning glory (Ipomoea Bona-nox) with large white flowers opening at night. • (n.) The oxeye daisy; -- called also moon daisy.
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moonflower

(from the article `Ipomoea`) ...leaves and purple, pink, or white flowers about 7 cm (3 inches) across, has become a troublesome weed in parts of southeastern North America. One ...
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moonflower

moonflower: see morning glory.
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