Definition of Saxe-gothea

1. Noun. One species: Prince Albert's yew.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Saxe-gothea

Savonia
Savonian
Savoy
Savoy cabbage
Savoyard
Savoyards
Savoys
Savva
Sawan
Sawney
Sawneys
Sawyer
Saxbe fix
Saxe
Saxe-Coburg-Gotha
Saxe-gothea
Saxe-gothea conspicua
Saxegothea
Saxicola
Saxicola rubetra
Saxicola torquata
Saxifraga aizoides
Saxifraga granulata
Saxifraga hypnoides
Saxifraga occidentalis
Saxifraga oppositifolia
Saxifraga sarmentosam
Saxifraga stellaris
Saxifraga stolonifera
Saxifragaceae

Literary usage of Saxe-gothea

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1. Parks and Pleasure Grounds by Charles H. J. Smith (1852)
"1. M. tetragona, 15-20 ft. Van Diemen's Land. Gen. 3. saxe-gothea. 1. ... Saxe- Gothea, or Prince Albert's Yew, has scarcely been definitively located, ..."

2. Report of the Annual Meeting (1856)
"Species of Taxodium, Cupressus, Fitzroya, Saxe- gothea, and Cephalotaxus were injured or killed to the ground. Even large plants of the Irish yew were ..."

3. Parks and Pleasure Grounds by Charles H. J. Smith (1852)
"1. M. tetragona, 15-20 ft. Van Diemen's Land. m the hirt;°j „ "r^71 ^ *™^- *• *™ &™the above Gen. 3. saxe-gothea. *' S" conspicua, 30 ft. ..."

4. Landscape Gardening: Or, Parks and Pleasure Grounds. With Practical Notes on by Charles H. J. Smith, Lewis Falley Allen (1853)
"saxe-gothea. 1. S. conspicua, 30 ft Patagonia. Of this fine Natural Order there are, unfortunately, of the species introduced into this country, ..."

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