Definición de rose of Sharon en inglés:

rose of Sharon

Silabificación: rose of Shar·on


  • 1A shrub of the mallow family, with rose, lavender, or white flowers.
    • Hibiscus syriacus, family Malvaceae
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    • Many books suggest using rose of Sharon in a shrub border rather than as a specimen plant in the yard, but I've noticed that those grown alone develop a much better shape than those crammed in a shrub border.
    • Hibiscus syriacus, aka althea and rose of Sharon, should be pruned in early spring just before the leaf buds begin to swell.
  • 2A St. John’s wort with dense foliage and large golden-yellow flowers, native to southeastern Europe and Asia Minor and widely cultivated for ground cover. Also called Aaron's beard.
    • Hypericum calycinum, family Guttiferae
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    • Summer- and fall-blooming shrubs include such plants as abelia, beautyberry, butterfly bush, rose of Sharon, crepe myrtle and summersweet.
    • I first noticed the hardy shrub called rose of Sharon while traveling one midsummer across the southern plains.
    • She extracts subjects from the text - pomegranates, the rose of Sharon, the ‘lily among thorns ‘- and paints each with a deliberateness that bridges the familiar and the sacred, the tangible and the mysterious.’
  • 3(In biblical use) a flowering plant of unknown identity.
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    • You are the rose of Sharon, the fairest of the fair.

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