katsura tree

NOUN
  1. rapidly growing deciduous tree of low mountainsides of China and Japan; grown as an ornamental for its dark blue-green candy-scented foliage that becomes yellow to scarlet in autumn
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How To Use katsura tree In A Sentence

  • The final plus is a magnificent katsura tree just outside the house that gives off a scent similar to caramel. Times, Sunday Times
  • At the rear of the property, a pond is formed by raised beds filled with white azaleas, a katsura tree, rhododendrons, a tree fern, a tall viburnum, and other shade-loving plants.
  • It's equally enchanting at night when subtle spotlighting at the top of a katsura tree dapples the garden with a pattern of tiny heart-shaped leaves. Homeowners still extending living spaces to the outdoors
  • At the rear of the property, a pond is formed by raised beds filled with white azaleas, a katsura tree, rhododendrons, a tree fern, a tall viburnum, and other shade-loving plants.
  • For the blocks only wood from cherry, magnolia and katsura trees is used.
  • Over 50 relict monotypic genera have survived from the Mesozoic era, 20% of China's total, among them the dove tree Davidia involucrata, Katsura tree Cercidophyllum japonicum, Chinese money maple Dipteronia sinensis, dawn redwood Metasequoia glyptostroboides (CR), Chinese bretschneidera Bretschneidera sinensis (EN), gingko Gingko biloba (EN), Tetracentron sinensis and one-eyed grass Kingdonia uniflora. 50 genera are endemic to China (20% of its total) and 67 plant species are nationally protected. The Sichuan Giant Panda Sanctuaries, China
  • At the northwest side of the Japanese garden is an immense katsura tree covered with heart-shaped leaves.
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