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  • He compared it to " someone who smokes tree-size cigars ."
  • A purple smoke tree, looking like luminous wine, caught the light.
  • After a few miles we left the canyon and passed through a smoke tree forest.
  • I like a weeping conifer, a taller holly, three arborvitae, an American smoke tree, and a western red cedar.
  • When autumn arrives, the natural scenery in the park turns spectacular, with fiery red smoke tree leaves covering the mountain side.
  • Its humid air smells of nearly century-old boxwoods; vinca minor vines creep underfoot and Kentucky coffee trees and smoke trees sway overhead.
  • Smoke trees spend most of the year leafless, their mournful appearance enlivened in May and June when they erupt in masses of blue pea-like flowers.
  • Ms . Schwartz grows smoke trees and weeping pines; cosmos, zinnias, dahlias and daisies, and fennel and pineapple mint, which are herbs with beautiful flowers.
  • Those who like the looks of mimosa, but don't have the space for a 45-foot tree, might consider instead the smoke tree ( Cotinus coggygria ).
  • There will be dogwoods on a bluff in New Jersey, smoke trees in Staten Island and crape myrtle at a park in the Rockaways, where people also watched the towers fall.
  • Other trees and shrubs that like or tolerate the sand, sun, salty mists and winds ocean life provides include magnolia virginiana, honeysuckle, rose of Sharon, smoke tree and the lovely prunus halli.
  • Some of the most well known canyons include Wingate Slot Canyon, Slickenside Canyon, Talc Canyon, Owlshead Canyon, Contact Canyon, Granite Canyon, Through Canyon, Smoke Tree Canyon, Passage Canyon, Sand Canyon, and Sagenite Canyon.
  • So fond was Walt Disney of his property at the Smoke Tree Ranch in Palm Springs that he often wore a tie tac which was in the shape of the Smoke Tree Rancy logo.
  • So fond was Walt Disney of his property at the Smoke Tree Ranch in Palm Springs that he often wore a tie tac which was in the shape of the Smoke Tree Rancy logo.
  • Yet the colors are intense, not clashing : bright yellow yarrow and centaurea ( the big yellow plant of the thistle family that is popular here ), purple smoke tree-- the shrub cotinus-- and red Ladybird poppies.
  • Little trees _ Japanese maples or smoke trees ( Cotinus coggygria ) _ are underplanted with fuchsias, alstroemerias ( the Peruvian lilies usually seen at florists ) and English lawn daisies ( Bellis perennis ), perky newcomers in garden centers.
  • The smoke tree ( Cotinus coggyria ), which takes its common name from the smoky clouds of mauve flowers that billow from its limbs in late summer, may trigger memories of the smoke that poured from ground zero for months.
  • Even though some recording for the album was done in remote locations, the bulk of " Astronauts & Heretics " was recorded at NRG Recording Studios with input from trusted Dolby co-producer Bill Bottrell, and mixed down at Smoke Tree Studios in Chatsworth, California.
  • "We're planting 78 smoke trees, because that's how many firemen's lives we lost from Staten Island, " said Carolyn Pinto, a member of one of six clubs on Staten Island that belong to the Federated Garden Clubs of New York State, which is helping to pay for the garden.
  • Or maybe they would head past the serpentine boxwood border to a tumble of sun-loving perennials, from New England asters in shades of white, pink and purple, to verbena bonariensis, butterfly bushes, magenta waves of Petunia integrafolia, blue-gray plectranthus, purple barberry, deep-violet ironweed, salvias of all kinds and colors, purple-leafed cannas and tall smoke trees.