a tree, Magnolia fraseri, of the southeastern U.S., having fragrant, creamy-white flowers from 9 to 11 inches (23 to 28 cm) across.
noun 1. any of several western North American shrubs or small trees of the genus Cercocarpus, of the rose family, having simple, leathery leaves and small, whitish flowers.
noun 1. (def 1). 2. a man who lives and works in the mountains or wilderness, especially a frontiersman or pioneer, as in the early American West.
noun 1. a shrub, Acer spicatum, of eastern North America, having small, greenish-yellow flowers and winged fruit, the foliage turning to orange and scarlet in autumn.
noun 1. any of various pungently aromatic North American mints of the genus Pycnanthemum, having large, flat clusters of small, whitish flowers.