strawberry tree


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strawberry tree

n.
An evergreen shrub (Arbutus unedo) in the heath family, native to Europe, having shiny leaves, drooping clusters of white or pinkish flowers, and scarlet strawberrylike fruit.
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strawberry tree

n
(Plants) a S European evergreen tree, Arbutus unedo, having white or pink flowers and red strawberry-like berries. See also arbutus
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straw′berry tree`


n.
an evergreen tree, Arbutus unedo, of the heath family, native to S Europe, bearing a scarlet, strawberrylike fruit.
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Noun1.strawberry tree - small evergreen European shrubby tree bearing many-seeded scarlet berries that are edible but bland; of Ireland, southern Europe, Asia Minor
arbutus - any of several evergreen shrubs of the genus Arbutus of temperate Europe and America
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arbutus unedo, the strawberry Arbutus unedo, the strawberry tree, has rich, chestnut-coloured bark that also peels away.
Arbutus unedo, the strawberry tree, produces very attractive red fruit which look a bit like strawberries.
"The most well-known item on my menu is the strawberry tree: it a nice tree built up with fresh strawberries and grapes dipped in chocolate.
For height, texture, and color, landscape architect Stefan Thuilot added Eastern redbud, variegated Japanese silver grass, strawberry tree, and a pink-flowering New Zealand tea tree.
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