umbrella tree


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umbrella tree:

see magnoliamagnolia,
common name for plants of the genus Magnolia, and for the Magnoliaceae, a family of deciduous or evergreen trees and shrubs, often with showy flowers. They are principally of north temperate regions with centers of distribution in Asia and E North America.
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The purpose of this study was to isolate and identify of the causal agents of leaf spot disease of tomato, lettuce and dwarf umbrella tree grown in the eastern Mediterranean region of Turkey and to characterize them by morphological, physiological and biochemical tests, ELISA, whole cell fatty acid analysis and pathogenicity tests compared with reference lettuce, tomato and dwarf umbrella tree strains.
Indoor varieties include weeping fig (Ficus benjamina), bougainvillea, acacia, primrose jasmine, umbrella tree and hibiscus.
Some of the unusual trees found in the Serengeti have very strange names, such as: * Sausage Tree -- which has long sausage-shaped poisonous fruit; * Toothbrush Tree -- local people cut its green shoots and use them to brush their teeth; * Umbrella Tree -- it arches over the plains like an umbrella; * Candelabra Euphorbia -- when a branch is broken, a toxic poison drips out that can burn the skin; and * Whistling Thorn -- this tree's thorns are filled with biting ants.
Q I HAVE an umbrella tree in a pot that's simply growing to well.
I can now sit under the shade of an umbrella tree where the air is cool,' he says.
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Varieties include weeping fig (Ficus benjamina), bougainvillea, acacia, primrose jasmine, umbrella tree and hibiscus, and some are sub-tropical or tropical dwarf plants including Sageretia theezans and Carmona microphylla (Fukien Tea).
He was showing a plant that I exhibited at a garden at the Chelsea Flower Show in 2004 - Schefflera taiwaniana, a hardy version of the umbrella tree introduced in to the UK by Crug Farm nursery in Caernarfon, Gwynedd.
But there are many others, such as the original Bramley Seedling apple tree, the topiarised Umbrella Tree, the Cage Pollard beech at Burnham Beeches, which featured in the film Robin Hood Prince of Thieves, and the wild cherry at Studley Royal, that great house near Ripon, possibly planted by John Aislabie, the disgraced MP behind the 18th-Century South Sea Bubble economic collapse.
By the look of the leaves, I think Eli may come unstuck when he smokes an umbrella tree.