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  • noun Plural form of aucuba.


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  • They came in from the plantations where since the early June daybreak Squire Willyams's foresters and gardeners had been cutting young larches, firs, laurels, aucubas.

    Hocken and Hunken

  • A large number of broad-leaved evergreen shrubs thrive in the South, such as: fetter bush, _Andromeda floribunda_ (A); some of the palms, as palmettoes (A) and chamærops; cycas and zamia (A) far South; _Abelia grandiflora; _ strawberry tree, _Arbutus Unedo; _ ardisias and aucubas, both grown under glass in the North; azaleas and rhododendrons (not only

    Manual of Gardening (Second Edition)


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