bay tree


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  • noun

Synonyms for bay tree

small Mediterranean evergreen tree with small blackish berries and glossy aromatic leaves used for flavoring in cooking

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The Bay Tree 3 x Jelly Gift Pack -Mint Jelly, Rosemary Jelly, Lavender Jelly.
Wormwood, southernwood, costmary, hyssop, rue, bay tree, lavender, peppermint, pennyroyal, spearmint, catnip, patroulli, mountain mint, rosemary, sage, santolina, tansy, thyme.
Myrtle, acacia burl, California laurel, California bay tree, green bay tree, California olive, California sassafras, Pacific myrtle, mountain laurel, pepperwood, spice-tree and bay tree.
Small Hotel of the Year was The Bay Tree Hotel, Burford, Oxon (www.
Serve immediately topped with a spoon of Bay Tree Caramelised Onions and veg or salad.
Claire Hodgetts, (30) Bay Tree Close, Kings Norton.
uk website has unveiled its latest product, a living bay tree decorated with traditional hand-tied dried oranges and limes.
Soft scale (Coccus hesperidum): Soft scale attacks a wide range of plants but mainly woody plants grown as houseplants or in conservatories, such as Ficus benjamina, bay tree, ivy and Citrus plants.
Pugh, 19, whose mother is a licensee of the Coronation pub, told the Andora hotel, Leicester hotel, Bay Tree House B&B, and Silverdale hotel that the pub's brewery had temporarily evicted them while they refurbished it, and had promised to pay for alternative accommodation.
The Dalgety Bay tree surgeon is joint owner of Absolutely 2 which won the opening race of the Easter Series in the Forth Estuary on Sunday.
The Bay Tree Food Company, in partnership with Bart Spices, will distribute the range to its network of independent customers across the UK.
These armour-plated insects thrive on certain host plants and the bay tree is one of them.
The title comes from the laurel of the bay tree which was sacred to Apollo, the god of the arts, and used by the Greeks and Romans to award to Olympic winners and victorious generals.
BAY LAUREL (Laurus nobilis) The thick, leathery dark green leaves of laurus nobilis make the bay tree a favourite for topiary, especially in potagers and herb gardens.
Peppers Tomatoes Courgettes Bay tree Asparagus Herbs You don't need a big garden to grow a selection of herbs