elephant tree


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Related to elephant tree: Bursera microphylla
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Noun1.elephant tree - small tree or shrub of the southwestern United States having a spicy odor and odd-pinnate leaves and small clusters of white flowerselephant tree - small tree or shrub of the southwestern United States having a spicy odor and odd-pinnate leaves and small clusters of white flowers
incense tree - any of various tropical trees of the family Burseraceae yielding fragrant gums or resins that are burned as incense
Bursera, genus Bursera - type genus of Burseraceae; tropical and subtropical American shrubs and trees some yielding timber and gum elemi
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It has a beautiful breathtaking landscape, the lake is clear and neat, there are other attractions like elephant tree and ishage rock and footprints of the elders.
CULTURE Club members could be in with a chance of winning one of five signed copies of The Elephant Tree, a promising first novel by Newcastle-based writer RD Ronald.
Elephant Tree (supports and stimulates respiratory function) Gentian (increases deficient appetite)
Amarula Cream is created from the fruit of the wild Marula tree, which is commonly known as "The Elephant Tree" because the local wildlife - especially the elephants - are attracted by the scent of the ripening fruit and love to gorge themselves on it.
The drive passes through mind-boggling variety of sonoran scenery and a highly diversified plant community that includes growths of saguaro, organ pipe, and senita cacti, as well as a welter of woody plants such as the elephant tree (Busera microphylla), and ironwood (Olneya tesota), a member of the legume family.
From there, you enter "The Kingdom of Trees," where the "Elephant Tree" awaits.
Yet another unusual Baja plant is the elephant tree. Actually, Baja is home to several plants called elephant trees, including ones in two different botanical families.
If you find yourself admiring the footprint of the elders, don't miss the opportunity to catch a pleasing eye-sight of the elephant tree, a little distance away from the hanging lake.
A short Allotment House and Elephant Tree walk will be led by Bryan and Dorothy Chambers at 2pm on Sunday from a point half a mile south of White Kirkley, near Frosterley.
Faux Pas will be supported by fellow Mancunians, Elephant Trees whose music spans a range of genres with indie, alternative rock and synth-pop sounds.