pagoda tree


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pagoda tree

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(Plants) a Chinese leguminous tree, Sophora japonica, with ornamental white flowers and dark green foliage
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Noun1.pagoda tree - tall sparingly branched conical tree having large fragrant yellow flowers with white centerspagoda tree - tall sparingly branched conical tree having large fragrant yellow flowers with white centers
frangipani, frangipanni - any of various tropical American deciduous shrubs or trees of the genus Plumeria having milky sap and showy fragrant funnel-shaped variously colored flowers
2.pagoda tree - frangipani of India having an erect habit and conical formpagoda tree - frangipani of India having an erect habit and conical form; grown in temple gardens
frangipani, frangipanni - any of various tropical American deciduous shrubs or trees of the genus Plumeria having milky sap and showy fragrant funnel-shaped variously colored flowers
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The genistein in Lyc-O-Fem is a phytoestrogen derived from Sophora japonica, the Japanese pagoda tree, and is standardized to 98% purity and specially formulated for slow release.
Planting highlights for me included a beautiful Sophora japonica, Japanese pagoda tree, which had wonderful multiple sculptural stems.
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But there was no mistaking the bittersweet flavour of a Mahler adagio in Zhao Jiping's Tracing Our Roots with the Old Pagoda Tree, nor the mildly dissonant expressionistic episode in A Thousand Brushstrokes by Law Wing-fai.
Evidence: Volunteers who took zinc plus Japanese pagoda tree extract (not elderberry) had less severe symptoms, but only on the first day of their colds.
The pagoda tree (Sophora japonica) has panicles of cream-white flowers, but it's really grown for its highly symmetrical, globe-shaped canopy.
Sunset climate zones 7-9, 14-17: Try Chinese hackberry, Chinese pistache, flowering pear, Japanese pagoda tree, 'Raywood' ash, and red oak.
The white-flowering Japanese Pagoda Tree, which was generously provided and installed by member Richard Heller and the Mornhurst Gardens Co.