Maclura

Maclura is a genus of flowering plants in the mulberry family, Moraceae. It includes the inedible Osage-orange, which is used as mosquito repellent and grown throughout the United States as a hedging plant. == Species == ===Etymology=== The genus is named in honor of William Maclure (1763-1840), a Scottish-born American geologist and educational r...
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Maclura

(Bois D'arc, Bow-Wood, Osage Orange) Maclura is the botanical name for a medium sized, spiny tree called the Osage Orange. This tree can grow up to 60 feet in height and was originally found growing from Arkansas to Texas. This tree is mainly grown for interest as it isn't a particularly beautiful tree. It grows well in other parts of the country b...
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Maclura

genus Maclura noun yellowwood trees or shrubs
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Maclura

Maclura is a genus of hardy deciduous trees belonging to the family Urticaceae.
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Maclura

[n] - yellowwood trees or shrubs
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