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yeddo hawthorn

[ yed-oh ]
/ ˈyɛd oʊ /
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noun
a Japanese shrub, Raphiolepis umbellata, of the rose family, having leathery leaves and dense, hairy clusters of fragrant white flowers.
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Origin of yeddo hawthorn

First recorded in 1995–2000; named after Yeddo, spelling variant of Yedo, a former name of Tokyo.

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