tree-goldenrod love


from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An amarantaceous plant, Bosia Yervamora, of the Canaries, a robust ill-smelling shrub with virgate branches, bearing nearly spicate axillary and terminal racemes of small flowers.


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  • The mature cones, about three-fourths of an inch long, born on the ends of the plumy branchlets, serve to enrich still more the surpassing beauty of this winter-blooming tree-goldenrod.

    The Yosemite


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