How To Use India-rubber tree In A Sentence

  • Many of the Niçois villas are veritable palaces, and what adds to their sumptuousness is the indoor greenery, dwarf palms, india-rubber trees, and other handsome evergreens decorating corridor and landing-places. In the Heart of the Vosges And Other Sketches by a "Devious Traveller"
  • India-rubber tree; the great courbaril, the "dragon's-blood" tree, not that celebrated tree of the East (_Draccena_), but one of a different genus (_Crotori_), from whose white bark flows a red blood-like juice. The Forest Exiles The Perils of a Peruvian Family in the Wilds of the Amazon
  • India-rubber tree; the great courbaril, the "dragon's-blood" tree, not that celebrated tree of the East but one of a different genus from whose white bark flows a red blood-like juice. Popular Adventure Tales
  • Among the most remarkable is the white-stemmed cecropia, the lofty massaranduba, or cow-tree, often rising to the height of one hundred and fifty feet; the seringa, or india-rubber tree, with its smooth grey bark, tall erect trunk, and thick glossy leaves. The Western World Picturesque Sketches of Nature and Natural History in North and South America
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