Translation of laburnum in Spanish:

laburnum

laburno, n.

Pronunciation /ləˈbərnəm//ləˈbəːnəm/

noun

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    laburno masculine
    • A wood-pigeon is cooing lazily in the distance, and the gardens are ablaze with laburnums and rhododendrons.
    • The only thing I have heard about laburnums is that they can seed around like crazy.
    • It's something that laburnums suffer from and I fear that once you've got it, it will spread very rapidly through all the other laburnums.
    • In a really well-furnished country garden the laburnums are equal in splendour to any trees that are grown.
    • One can also see a lovely section of flowering crabs and laburnums.
    • Other conspicuous species include the whites, pinks and mauves of the lilacs and laburnums on Mitchell Drive and the common horse chestnut whose upright white flower stalks stand out boldly - there are several fine trees near to the Great Oak Hall.
    • I am sure there is some legislation that states that laburnums can't be planted near grazing land because of the poisoning risk