What is another word for Zanthoxylum Flavum?

4 synonyms found


[ zˈanθəksˌa͡ɪləm flˈavəm], [ zˈanθəksˌa‍ɪləm flˈavəm], [ z_ˈa_n_θ_ə_k_s_ˌaɪ_l_ə_m f_l_ˈa_v_ə_m]

Zanthoxylum Flavum, also known as the Chinese yellowhorn, is a species of deciduous tree native to China. It is commonly used in traditional medicine, cooking, and gardening. The tree produces bright yellow flowers in spring, followed by clusters of small, yellow fruits that resemble miniature lemons. The leaves and bark of Zanthoxylum Flavum are known for their distinct aroma, which is similar to that of citrus fruits. Synonyms for Zanthoxylum Flavum include the Chinese pepper, Sichuan pepper, and Prickly Ash. These names reflect the tree's culinary and medicinal uses, as well as its spiny branches and distinctive flavor.

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How to use "Zanthoxylum flavum" in context?

Zanthoxylum Flavum is a species of flowering plant in the Rutaceae family. It is endemic to the Channel Islands of California.

Zanthoxylum flavum was first described by David Don in 1815. The specific epithet is derived from the Latin word flavus, meaning " ITS A ROSE-SHADOW PLANT". This plant is sometimes known as the rose-shadow tree or simply the rose-shadow.

The Channel Islands County wildflowers exhibit a wide range of plant diversity. Zanthoxylum flavum grows in moist and mesic coastal oak-juniper woodland habitats.

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