catalpa


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Synonyms for catalpa

tree of the genus Catalpa with large leaves and white flowers followed by long slender pods

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When I was a teenager I caught three catalpa worms and brought home over 30 bluegill and goggle-eye.
With the letters to Catalpa and the images of natural relicts, the author is introducing this unborn child to everything it will never know: not only its parents, but also the beauty of the world.
250 new trees aged 3 through 6 years will be planted, including maple, catalpa, linden and others, the mayor's office said.
Warder's ideas to use a catalpa tree hedge and unfenced lots were considered highly original for the time.
Many will visit the site, wrongfully assuming that his spirit lingers nearby, but I know he's down there puttering along the riverbank, under that lone catalpa with the scarred trunk and those gentle, giant leaves that still flutter in the summer breeze.
The Catalpa plants of Bignoniaceae family have about 13 species in the world and are mainly distributed in America and East Asia.
From water lilies and other floating leaves to catalpa trees and star-shaped leaves, young readers are invited to identify some fourteen North American plants.
Eddy said at a City Council meeting Tuesday night that the parking crunch that long existed on Holland Road has now migrated over to nearby Wentworth and Catalpa streets.
The Ole Miss Catalpa, located by the Student Union, is a champion tree.
Snoop Dogg has a soon-to-be released reggae album, "Reincarnated," and is headlining the two-day outdoor music festival Catalpa NYC this weekend.
Other highlights included the mass horn choir in Campbell Fanfare by Thomas Jostlein, Sarabande from the Holberg Suite by Grieg arranged by Marvin Howe, and Memoirs and Souvenirs, Prelude and Variations for Multiple Horn Ensemble by Randall Faust; JD Shaw in Catalpa for Didgeridoo for Horn, Piano and Percussion by William Pitts and with Nate Ukens in Concerto for Two Horns in Eb by Josef Fiala; and Nehlybel's Scherzo Concertante.
boughs of catalpa, drank branch water and ate pawpaws.
tree was obvious, catalpa, its long three-branching trunks splayed like
Also in Locke Park there is a catalpa tree, specially brought from Florida to mark the opening ceremony in 1930.
He kept connections to Ireland through his roles in the Land League and Home Rule movements and worked with Michael Davitt and Charles Stewart Parnell, as well as John Devoy and in the Catalpa rescue.