Inside each letter are native Texan Yaupon
Holly trees, which represent "wish" trees, a Japanese cultural tradition.
Resting vegetation commonly found in and around coastal hammocks, such as yaupon
holly (Ilex vomitoria Sol.
They'd fashioned the blind using a metal ring built similar to a hay ring, then brushed the outside using oak saplings, yaupon
and other brush native to the area.
In another study, the researchers compared greenhouse gas emissions from four different sizes of containers used to grow dwarf yaupon
holly, a popular woody shrub.
Native oak and invasive yaupon
trees have sprouted.
The understory is dominated by yaupon
holly (Ilex vomitoria), American beautyberry (Callicarpa americana), and farkleberry (Vaccinium arboreum).
Scratched from head to toe, buried in a yaupon
thicket, covered with blood, sitting in the dark in a cold rain with a fever, a bad cough, and a two-hundred-pound hog carcass, the revelation hit me: "Maybe this is why more people go golfing than hog hunting.
In the front and side yards, Michelle laid out sweeping flowerbeds around many of the trees and quickly filled them with "old Southern favorites" like magnolias, gardenias, and camellias, accented by the dark green foliage of Indian hawthorn, tea olives, and dwarf yaupon
Tom Hess, chief financial officer of Yaupon
holly, with the colorful species name Ilex vomitoria, points to a story worth telling to a group of middle school students who may think they aren't going to enjoy learning about binominal nomenclature, the scientific two-part classification system.
sebiferum had spread throughout coastal Texas, but, like native trees such as hackberry (Celtis laevigata), Texas yaupon
(Ilex vomitoria), and American elm (Ulmus americana), primarily grew in low-lying, wet areas (Davis et al.
awabuki AaeChindoAAE), rosemary, yaupon
holly, farkleberry (Vaccinium arboreum) and loropetalum, might need your help to make it through winter.