Translation of mayapple in Spanish:

mayapple

podofolio, n.

(May apple)

Pronunciation /ˈmeɪap(ə)l//ˈmeɪˌæp(ə)l/

noun

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    podofolio masculine
    • Just as the crooked mass of shiny-leafed buttonbush, and even the swamp dwelling mayapple - its umbrella-like leaves shading sweet yellow fruit - need fire's fertilizing hand, so too does the wildlife.
    • Farther back, there's furtive jack-in-the-pulpit and mayapple, and along our driveway, wild columbine's whiskered pendants.
    • As I drive away, I see mayapples along the edge of the woods.
    • I have christened it the ‘Mandrake’ (the name used for the mayapple [Podophyllum peltatum] by various 16 th- and 17 th-century English poets).
    • And there are native wildflowers, such as mayapple, Jack-in-the-pulpit, and foamflower.
    • They might remind you of mayapple or of pachysandra.
    • If the method is adopted, increased demand for the American mayapple may make it a new alternative crop.
    • Violets, wild geranium, mayapple, and blue phlox bloom in April and May.