Scotch broom

NOUN
  1. deciduous erect spreading broom native to western Europe; widely cultivated for its rich yellow flowers
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  • But once the oaks die, grasses and exotics, like Scotch broom, will seed in aggressively, provoking a hotter flame.
  • Extremely narrow fairways and tiny greens mean the Scotch broom, beach grass and native rhododendron will snag anything off line.
  • He returned to the lab and cooked up a brew consisting of some exotic poisons: atropine (a naturally occurring alkaloid of atropia belladonna or deadly nightshade), sparteine (a compound derived from the European shrub Scotch broom, Cytisus scoparius), and pilocarpine hydrochloride (an alkaloid found in the leaves of a South American shrub, Pilocarpus jaborandi). The Very Nutty Professor
  • Extremely narrow fairways and tiny greens mean the Scotch broom, beach grass and native rhododendron will snag anything off line.
  • On the thatched roof above the Plexiglas light bubble and long-dead solar panels is a rainbow wind sock; a sky-blue 1940s truck muralled with latex paint clouds is parked out front amid a patch of lupins, Shasta daisies, Scotch broom, and California poppies. Shampoo Planet
  • The arrangement, created by Evan Euripidou of Anthology Studio, consists of solidago, trachellium, Italian ruscus, Israeli ruscus, Scotch broom, Monstera leaves, and curly willow. ArchivesBlogs
  • He returned to the lab and cooked up a brew consisting of some exotic poisons: atropine (a naturally occurring alkaloid of atropia belladonna or deadly nightshade), sparteine (a compound derived from the European shrub Scotch broom, Cytisus scoparius), and pilocarpine hydrochloride (an alkaloid found in the leaves of a South American shrub, Pilocarpus jaborandi). The Very Nutty Professor
  • The arrangement, created by Evan Euripidou of Anthology Studio, consists of solidago, trachellium, Italian ruscus, Israeli ruscus, Scotch broom, Monstera leaves, and curly willow. ArchivesBlogs
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