smokebush


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smokebush

(ˈsməʊkˌbʊʃ)
n
(Plants) a plant, Cotinus coggygria, with purple leaves and small flowers that turn grey-white before they fall
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Cotinus coggyrgria Nordine, commonly called Nordine smokebush, is an ideal choice for folks who want to paint their fall landscape orange.
Almost seventy years later, Ray and Pinny, two girls from Smokebush Children's Home in Texas, find themselves headed to New York City with a pair of soft pink, hand-embroidered shoes Ray found in a thrift store.
Although he had spent much time collecting bugs in the New World tropics, he would vote every time for dry country, beating rabbit bush, Atriplex, creosote in the Great Basin, and now in Australia, wattles, smokebush and hakeas, to name but a few.
The Co-Operative has a pair of Antipodeans on offer, with the spicy red Smokebush Hill Shiraz and the refreshing white Smokebush Hill Sauvignon Smillon on sale at pounds 5.99, down from pounds 8.99.
3-8 Serviceberry Amelanchier canadensis 4-8 Showy forsythia Forsythia intermedia 5-8 Smokebush Cotinus coggygria 5-7 Weigela Weigela florida 5-9 Yucca Yucca spp.
Seek out the redvein enkianthus, the sourwood, witchhazels, named cultivars of Japanese Maples, Smokebush, Fothergilla, Tiger Eyes Sumac and the leaf color change noted in rhododendrons, azaleas, blueberry bushes and dozens of other plants.
Forsythia and red-twig dogwood both need more pruning than witch hazel or smokebush.