What charmed him most in his new residence was the garden "full of lilacs, laburnum, nightingales, and swallows."
She opened her lips but once upon the question of laburnum or no laburnum flowers.
The laburnum path was all aglow with blossoms, and the grape-walk, just beyond, made a shadowy retreat toward evening.
There was a short delay while laburnum Villa was being inquired for by the footman.
The heart wood of the laburnum is of a dark reddish-brown colour, hard and durable, and takes a good polish.
It was when the lilac and the laburnum were in full bloom and the air was sweet with scent.
She had a spray of laburnum in her hand, and the sunshine seemed to thread her brown hair with gold.
Soon, too, it became apparent that laburnum Road was not the goal.
When you take your walk tomorrow, I shall be at the turnpike in the laburnum Road, waiting for you, at three o'clock.
The flowers, of similar pea-shape to those of the laburnum, are white and fragrant.
1570s, from Latin laburnum (Pliny), of unknown origin; perhaps from Etruscan.