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Lyonia






LYONIA PANICULATA (_syns L. ligustrina, Andromeda globulifera, A.

pilifera_, and _Menziesia globularis_).--North America, 1806. This

species grows about a yard high, with clustered, ovate leaves, and

pretty, pinky, drooping flowers.






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