Arbutus unedo


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Related to Arbutus unedo: Arbutus menziesii, carob, carob tree
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Synonyms for Arbutus unedo

small evergreen European shrubby tree bearing many-seeded scarlet berries that are edible but bland

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Clockwise | from top left: Cornus sanguinea 'Midwinter Fire'; silver birch; arbutus unedo and acer griseum Main pic: Jonathan Buckley
This mountain vegetation defines an altitudinal gradient of vegetation together with an anthropogenic impact, revealed by the presence of shrubs and bushes (Cistaceae, Leguminosae, Arbutus unedo and Labiatae sp.
Gueldamane and Rass Elma (Province of Taza) for Arbutus unedo and Smilax aspera,
Interes de las colecciones de herbario para los estudios de fenologia y fenomorfologia: los ejemplos de Arbutus unedo y Phillyrea angustifolia.
If winter fruits are your thing then miniature strawberry-like red fruits ripening on the Arbutus unedo (strawberry tree) or the laden clusters of red berries of the cotoneaster salicifolius will fit.
Effects of sodium chloride on water potential components, hydraulic conductivity, gas exchange and leaf ultrastructure of Arbutus unedo plants.
Batra Miranda del Castanar, 620 m, 30TFK4786, sobre tronco de Arbutus unedo, 01.
Among the best are Arbutus unedo, a small evergreen tree producing clusters of white flowers followed by red fruit in early winter, and Sorbus cashmiriana, which produces bunches of white berries which are largely ignored by the birds and remain all winter.
Other madrone trees of the same genus found in Europe include Arbutus unedo, Arbutus crispo, Arbutus salicifolia, Arbutus serratifolia, and Arbutus vulgaris.
Arbutus unedo, the strawberry tree, produces very attractive red fruit which look a bit like strawberries.
DUBROVNIK-NERETVA COUNTY: Zamaslina, Pelsejac peninsula, 33TYH231456, 20 m, limestone, Quercus ilex, Pistacia terebinthus, Arbutus unedo, Erica arborea, Juniperusphoenicea, 31-III-2010, A.