Pinnata sentence example
- Paullinia pinnata The root and root bark are applied for rubefacient purposes (Watt and Breyer-Brandwijk 1962).
- America. C. pinnata is a stout kind, pinnate leaves; from 14 to 20 inches high, flowering from April to June, with large pale purple, lilac, or white flowers in a cluster.
- Rodgersia Pinnata - A distinct plant, whose handsome panicles, 3 to 4 feet high, of rosy-pink flowers, stand out well above the emerald-green, often bronzed, redtinged leaves.
- R. pinnata alba is a distinct wild form, with a leaf effect resembling that of R. aesculifolia.