Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The inkberry, Ilex glabra, of the southern United States.
- n. evergreen holly of eastern North America with oblong leathery leaves and small black berries
“The soil which is known as the gallberry soil is not of a uniform composition or appearance; one of the most common kinds is formed of sand, intermixed with black vegetable matter.”
“I explained to the boys that a few hundred yards ahead was a pond, the main road passing through the edge of it and a "turn-out," dry road around it, with "gallberry" bushes between the two roads.”
“Then I stopped in a clump of "gallberry" bushes to make observations.”
“As an example of the better kind of gallberry land, I propose to give the composition of one which occupies a large area in Onslow county, which, on being submitted to analysis, gave the following results:”
“A dense understory of palmetto, gallberry, wax myrtle and grasses supply abundant cover and forage for deer.”
“Seeps in sand hills support acid bog species including southern sweetbay, gallberry, wax-myrtles, fetterbush, insectivorous plants, orchids, and wild azalea.”
“The more open borders of these swampy woods may be covered by dense thickets of swamp cyrilla, black titi and large gallberry.”
“Pocosins, an ancient Algonquin term for swamp-on-a-hill are characterized as extensive flat damp, sandy or peaty areas far from streams with a scattered growth of pond pine (Pinus serotina) and a dense growth of mostly evergreen shrubs (often gallberry, Ilex glabra), that taken together, resemble a heath scrub community.”
“For bolder flavor, try a dark honey, such as gallberry.”
“My tastebuds hesitated, but wavered on the edge of forgiving me for the gallberry syrup.”
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Different kinds of berries. In particular it's a list of those with -berry in the name, regardless of whether they are true berries or not. According to Schlockipedia, the botanical class of berrie...
Honey varieties of all sorts. These are "monofloral", meaning the predominant source of nectar was from a single plant species.
"Polyfloral" honey is derived from a variety of nectar ...
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