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.
Two favorite plants include the invasive princess tree and butterfly bush.
halys is also a vector of a phytoplasma disease (witches' broom) of the Princess tree, Paulownia tomentosa (Thunb.) (Hoebeke 2002; Bernon et al.
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.
The forest patches are primarily mixed coniferous-broadleaved forests where the dominant tree species include Chinese red pine (Pinus massoniana), loblolly pine (Pinus taeda), Chinese ash (Pterocarya stenoptera) and princess trees (Paulownia fortunei).
Though not clearly spelt out for foreign auds, setting (and filming location) is Chengdu, capital of the southern province of Sichuan, at the fictional Princess Trees High.
On the closing day of the nine-day festival, the festival jury decided to give the Special Jury Prize to China's ''Thirteen Princess Trees'' directed by Lu Yue, and the Award for Best Director to the U.S.
Native seeds have sprouted in the litter, and for the first time princess trees (Paulownia) seeded in.

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