a name directed at palms having a terminal bud labeled as a cabbage, once the Sabal Palmetto of this united states of america, as well as the Euterpe oleracea and Oreodoxa oleracea of this western Indies.
A name given to many types of palms the tender growing leaf-buds of which are used as a vegetable.
A name directed at species of Andira, leguminous woods of tropical The united states, bearing racemes of purple plants and roundish, difficult, one-seeded pods, and producing the anthelmintic cabbage-tree bark of pharmacists.
In New Zealand, an arborescent liliaceous plant, Cordyline indivisa.
elegant tree having either a single trunk or a branching trunk each with terminal groups of long thin leaves and enormous panicles of fragrant white, yellowish or purple flowers; New Zealand
Australian hand with leaf buds being delicious when younger
tree with shaggy unpleasant-smelling harmful bark and yielding strong durable wood; bark and seeds utilized as a purgative and vermifuge and narcotic