In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Winding roads are bordered by palmettos, crape myrtle and live oaks draped with Spanish moss.
- The white oak group, which includes the live oak and post oak, produces acorns annually.
- And the soil, I'm afraid, wasn't perfect since I had to dig among the roots of a live oak.
- In the northeastern part of the area is a sand ridge supporting turkey oak, sand live oak, wax myrtle, Chapman oak, and longleaf pine.
- The cemetery, with its sculptures, Spanish moss, live oaks and dahlias, has an other worldly atmosphere.
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