Noun(1) any shrub or small tree of the genus Tamarix having small scalelike or needle-shaped leaves and feathery racemes of small white or pinkish flowers; of mostly coastal areas with saline soil
(1) Once an arm of the lake, the delta here is today choked with thick stands of invasive tamarisk .(2) There were mangoes and cherries and quinces and apples and apricots and almonds, and beyond the orchards there were thickets of tamarisk and casuarina as well as groves of mulberry trees belonging to the silk farmers.(3) There were also some fine tamarisk trees growing near the pond.(4) A trail runs down to the tamarisk forest on the floodplain of the River Jordan, which forms the border between Jordan and Israel.(5) Many of the areas that once supported Fremont cottonwoods have been colonized by tamarisk (Tamarix sp.), an aggressive, water-sucking invader from Eurasia, also known as salt-cedar.(6) Since its introduction in the 1800s as a soil stabilizer and ornamental, tamarisk has gone on to infest 1.6 million acres of the West's precious riparian areas.(7) A new bird I saw a couple of days ago was a male Redstart hopping around in the tamarisk trees near our building.(8) The banks were choked with willow and tamarisk , which I occasionally had to crawl under on my belly.(9) Nearly every patch of mesquite and tamarisk from San Diego east, at least every patch large enough to afford shade and cover, hides a green-striped vehicle, ‘limas verdes,’ or green limes in border slang.(10) Nonnative tamarisk or saltcedar (Tamarix spp.) has invaded many wetlands, and others have been drained and filled.(11) Bermuda's windswept northern coastline is protected from spray by non-native tamarisk trees.(12) He'd load up the plane with blocks of ice and cases of beer and then roar down the canyon at 150 miles an hour, buzzing the tops of the tamarisk trees and looking for his camps.(13) They sing, chase each other around and hop from branch to branch in the tamarisk trees.(14) The subtle pinks and reds of tamarisk and acequia willows first appear along our water course, the green of young cottonwood leaves to follow soon.(15) A couple days ago I saw a spotted flycatcher hawking for bugs in one of the tamarisk trees behind our building.(16) The tamarisk trees cast flimsy shadows on the lake's surface.
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