n., The cup of gold (Solandra hartwegi, often called S. guttata), a large climbing shrub from Mexico, with long-stemmed, oblong leaves. The large, showy, fragrant flowers bloom in winter, are about 23 cm long, goblet-shaped with five shallow lobes, and are yellow with five narrow purple longitudinal streaks. Literally, golden (Eng.) container.
- Neal 748.
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