yellowwood

NOUN
  1. the yellow wood of any of various yellowwood trees
  2. any of various trees having yellowish wood or yielding a yellow extract
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  • On the southern and southeastern slopes from 1,600 to 2,100 m the dominant lower montane forest species is camphorwood Ocotea usambarensis; from 2,100 to 2,40 0m the dominant middle montane forest species are camphorwood Ocotea usambarensis with yellowwood Podocarpus latifolius, a large evergreen, with the tree fern Cyathea manniana, sometimes growing to 7 m high. Kilimanjaro National Park, Tanzania
  • There were tall timber-trees — yellowwood, sneezewood, essenwood, stinkwood — and the ground was carpeted with thick grass and ferns. Prester John
  • I have planted other native trees, such as yellowwood and butternut, an endangered tree. IndyStar.com Top Stories
  • It's deciduous, so to obtain year-round shade, it will need to be interplanted with other evergreen species such as the yellowwood tree.
  • There were tall timber-trees — yellowwood, sneezewood, essenwood, stinkwood — and the ground was carpeted with thick grass and ferns. Prester John
  • Vegetation is typical Eastern Cape sweetveld and bush with the landscape and kloofs providing the ideal habitat for rare cycads, sneezewoods, yellowwoods, knobthorns and a variety of game.
  • Highland trees include peacock flower Albizzia gummifera, yellowwood Podocarpus latifolia, Hagenia abyssinica and sweet olive Olea chrysophylla. Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania
  • It was about thirty feet high and almost as wide and stood in a grove of yellowwood trees, through which the water and a mysterious, jungle-covered island, rising from the river in impenetrable walls of green, were visible. Rainbow’s End
  • The dominant forest tree species is the yellowwood Podocarpus latifolius. Angolan montane forest-grassland mosaic
  • Fall stroll with staff horticulturist Deanne Eversmeyer featuring native plants such as American serviceberry, American yellowwood, Virginia sweetspire, spicebush, fragrant sumac, native ferns and grasses. 10 a.m. Green Scene: The bounty of fall includes tours, lectures and workshops
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