princess tree


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princess tree

n.

[After Princess Anna Paulovna (1795-1865), queen of William II of the Netherlands.]
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Examples: a tabletop tree for the bar with a plethora of cocktail, beer and wine ornaments; a sportive tree featuring golf, football or a favorite college team; a pink princess tree for a little girl's room.
halys is also a vector of a phytoplasma disease (witches' broom) of the Princess tree, Paulownia tomentosa (Thunb.
They can also transmit a disease capable of killing at least one kind of tree - an empress or princess tree, LaBonte said.
Q: I want to plant a royal paulownia or princess tree (Powlonia tomentasa) in my front yard in North Beach, MD.
Paulownia, sometimes called the Princess Tree, is a soft and easily worked wood; it is frequently used in Japan to store valuables.

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