toyon


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toyon:

see ChristmasberryChristmasberry
or toyon
, evergreen tree or shrub (Photinia arbutifolia) of the family Rosaceae (rose family), found on the Pacific coast of North America.
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Toyon, who has a background in architecture and landscape architecture, took home an Emmy for the show last year.
Tapiro Sumbucus mexicana Toyon Heteromeles arbutifolia Yuca Yuca shiudigera Bellotita dulce Quercus dumosa Encinillo Quercus dunni Manzanita Arctostaphylo glauca Salvia Artemisa tridentata Yerba del manso Anemopsis californica Chaparral desertico Mezquite Prosopis glandulosa Una de gato Acacia greggii Biznaga Ferocactus acanthodes Jojoba Sidmonsia chinensis Agave Agave spp.
Hikers who venture into the lush canyon will find a trail of moderate difficulty winding past caves, oak groves, and toyon trees.
Circuit Rider volunteers have cleared away plants that host Pierce's disease, such as blackberry and vinca, and have planted wine-friendly native live oak trees and toyon brush.
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His address is Center for Public Outreach, 1831 Toyon Way, Vienna, Virginia 22182.
albi-florus, Rhamnaceae], and silktassel bush [Garrya congdonii, Garryaceae]), and four nonendemics (gray or digger pine [Pinus sabiniana, Pinaceae], chamise [Adenostoma fasciculatum, Rosaceae], toyon [Heteromeles arbutifolia, Rosaceae], and bay laurel [Umbellularia californica, Lauraceae]).
Garden-friendly choices include California lilac (Ceanothus), coffeeberry (Rhamnus californica), monkey flower (Mimulus), toyon (Heteromeles arbutifolia), and white sage (Salvia apiana).
The remains of the rare oarfish, with eyes the size of half-dollar coins, were discovered by marine science instructor Jasmine Santana in the waters of Catalina Island's Toyon Bay, 22 miles from the Port of Los Angeles.
Plant species composition for each site varied slightly, but all contained California lilac (Ceanothus griseus), coffeeberry (Rhamnus californica), California buckwheat (Eriogonum fasciculatum), toyon (Heteromeles arbutifolia), elderberry (Sambucus mexicana) and coyote brush (Baccharis pilularis).