Definition of Madrones
1. madrone [n] - See also: madrone
Lexicographical Neighbors of Madrones
Literary usage of Madrones
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. California Redwood Park, Sometimes Called Sempervirens Park: An Appreciation by Arthur Adelbert Taylor (1912)
"Isolated madrones stand here and there in the woods contending with the oaks and ... Many superb madrones are to be found on the Maccabee mule trail and a ..."
2. Biennial Report by California Dept. of Agriculture, California State Commission of Horticulture (1892)
"... and on the sides of the mountains and in the canons there are clusters of madrones and of stunted pines. There is a grove of redwood trees covering five ..."
3. Over the Range to the Golden Gate: A Complete Tourist's Guide to Colorado by Stanley Wood, C. E. Hooper (1903)
"Little valleys of entrancing loveliness are crossed; sparkling streams abound, forests of oaks and pines, of hemlocks and madrones are threaded; in a word, ..."
4. California, Romantic and Beautiful: The History of Its Old Missions and of by George Wharton James (1914)
"It crosses deep-cut canyons in the mountain where every slope is rich with the foliage of redwoods, madrones, oaks, laurels, sycamores, man- zanita, sages, ..."
5. Bits of Travel at Home by Helen Hunt Jackson (1878)
"All that can be seen on either hand is the same unbroken forest of majestic redwoods and pines and madrones through which we have been driving for miles. ..."
6. The Plant World by Plant World Association, Wild Flower Preservation Society (1909)
"The steep slopes and the canyons aie growing up again, after lumbering or taring, to a mixed forest in which redwoods, madrones.and laurels ..."