An evergreen shrub (Kalmia latifolia) of eastern united states, having leathery toxic leaves and clusters of green or white flowers. Also referred to as calico bush.
A bush, Kalmia latifolia in the household Ericaceae, indigenous to the east united states of america. It is a flowering evergreen, all parts of that are toxic. It will be the condition tree of Connecticut and Pennsylvania.
Kalmia latifolia. See cut under Kalmia.
A plant of the genus Ocotea (Oreodaphne).
Pacific shore tree having fragrant vegetation and small umbellate blossoms followed by olivelike good fresh fruit; yields a difficult tough lumber
a North United states evergreen shrub having glossy leaves and white or rose-colored blossoms
an American shrub (Kalmia latifolia) with shiny evergreen leaves and showy groups of rose-colored or white blossoms. The foliage is poisonous. Known as additionally United states laurel, ivy-bush, and calico bush. See Kalmia.
Definition for "mountain laurel"
An evergreen shrub (Kalmia latifolia) of eastern united…