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| image = Lindera melissifolia.jpg
 
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| description = The leaves can be either deciduous or evergreen depending on species, and are alternate, entire or three-lobed, and strongly spicy-aromatic. The flowers are small, yellowish, with six petaloid sepals and no petals. The fruit is a small red, purple or black drupe containing a single seed
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| description = The leaves can be either deciduous or evergreen depending on species, and are alternate, entire or three-lobed, and strongly spicy-aromatic. The flowers are small, yellowish, with six petaloid sepals and no petals. The fruit is a small red, purple or black drupe containing a single seed.
 
| range = Native to eastern Asia but with three species in eastern North America.
 
| range = Native to eastern Asia but with three species in eastern North America.
 
| seasons = Late Summer, Early Fall
 
| seasons = Late Summer, Early Fall
 
| use = The fruits of the spice bush can (as the name suggests) used as a '''spice'''.
 
| use = The fruits of the spice bush can (as the name suggests) used as a '''spice'''.
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Latest revision as of 14:23, 13 July 2015

Spicebush


Description: The leaves can be either deciduous or evergreen depending on species, and are alternate, entire or three-lobed, and strongly spicy-aromatic. The flowers are small, yellowish, with six petaloid sepals and no petals. The fruit is a small red, purple or black drupe containing a single seed.

Where found: Native to eastern Asia but with three species in eastern North America.

Availability: Late Summer, Early Fall

Use: The fruits of the spice bush can (as the name suggests) used as a spice.
Lindera melissifolia.jpg