Persea

(Alligator Pear, Avocado, Bull Bay, Red Bay) These small trees are mostly natives of South and Central America, but are also found in the Canary Islands and in southeast Asia. P. Borbonia (the Bull Bay or Red Bay) is a native of the United States from Delaware to Florida and is sometimes planted for ornament. P. palustris is found from North Caroli...
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Persea

[n] - avocado
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Persea

genus Persea noun avocado
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Persea

(from the article `Laurales`) ...has more than 400 species in tropical America as well as South Africa and the Mascarene Islands; Litsea has more than 250 species distributed in ...
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Persea

Persea is a genus of about 150 species of evergreen trees belonging to the laurel family, Lauraceae. The best-known member of the genus is the avocado, P. americana, widely cultivated in subtropical regions for its large, edible fruit. ==Overview== They are medium-size trees, {convert|15|–|30|m|ft|1|abbr=on} tall at maturity. The leaves are simp...
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