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Definition of the noun salal

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noun - plural: salals

  1. small evergreen shrub of Pacific coast of North America having edible dark purple grape-sized berries

Alternative definition of the noun salal


  1. A leathery-leaved North American shrub, Gaultheria shallon, with edible sepals and leaves.

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Google previewNuts and Berries of California (2015)

Tips and Recipes for Gatherers by Christopher Nyerges

Gaultheria shallon Salal is a member of the Heath family (Ericaceae), which is the family that includes manzanita. This family contains about one hundred genera and 3,000 species worldwide. Twenty-six genera of this family can be found in ...

Google previewThe Hahnemannian Monthly (1909)

SALOL AS A DEN1'1FR1cL— Salal is a combination of Phenol and salityh'c acid, in the proportion of 4 parts of ...

Google previewThe Country about Camp Lewis (1918)

by Morris Morgan Leighton

SMALLER SHRUBS Salal is a shrub reaching a height of 2 to 4 feet in these woods. It is an evergreen. Its leaves last a little over a year, so that the old crop do not wither until the new ones are fairly mature. The leaved are four inches The ...

Google previewThe Coal Fields of Southwestern Washington (1918)

1918-1919 by Harold Eugene Culver, Morris Morgan Leighton

Salal is the commonest shrub forming this undergrowth, though the common Oregon grape and the shiny Oregon grape are also abundant. The last mentioned species is confined more ...

Google previewCovered Wagon Women (1995)

Diaries & Letters from the Western Trails, 1840-1849 by Kenneth L. Holmes

Salal is an Indian name for Gaullheria shallon, a coarse-growing ground cover, knee-high and higher, that covers the ground all through northwest forests. It was a staple in the Indians' diet. The blue-black berries tend to be rather bland but ...

Google previewNative Shrubs of Southern California (1966)

by Peter H. Raven

Salal (Gaultheria shallon) Salal is an attractive spreading evergreen shrub of the northern woods, with dark green leathery leaves, mostly 2 to 4 inches long and 1 to 1/2 inches wide. The leaves are rounded or heart-shaped at the base and ...

Google previewNorth American Cornucopia (2013)

Top 100 Indigenous Food Plants by Ernest Small

Although salal is a multimillion dollar crop for foliage harvest for the use of the floral greens industry, the fruit harvest has not progressed beyond the cottage industry level. However, the berries were once the leading fruit of North American ...

Google previewForaging Washington (2017)

Finding, Identifying, and Preparing Edible Wild Foods by Christopher Nyerges

Similarity to toxic species: None Best time: Summer Status: Relatively common Tools needed: Basket for collecting PROPERTIES Salal is a native shrub, with ovate leaves that are finely veined. The hanging-lantern-type flowers make the ...

Google previewGardening with Native Plants of the Pacific Northwest (2001)

Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged by Arthur R. Kruckeberg

Typically, salal is a low to medium-sized evergreen shrub ...

Google previewSiskiyou National Forest (N.F.), Quosatana/Bradford Timber Sales and Integrated Resource Projects (1992)

Environmental Impact Statement

Port-Orford-cedar/salal is an indicator of drier sites and is found in the Signal Buttes area; however, it is still indicative of abundant soil moisture or high humidity and may be found on ultrabasic as well as sedimentary materials. The common ...

Google previewMedicinal Plants of the Pacific West (2011)

by Michael Moore

COLLECTING Although Salal is an evergreen, itis best to gather the young, reddish, zigzag branches from late spring to midfall. Bundle them and drythem, Method A. The berries should be collected in early to midfall, when fully mature.

Google previewIncome Opportunities in Special Forest Products (1993)

Self-help Suggestions for Rural Entrepreneurs by Margaret G. Thomas, David R. Schumann

SALAL: DESCRIPTION: Salal is a shrubby evergreen that forms a cover over the forest floor. It ranges from thin, single shoots growing near the ground to bushes up to 10 feet or more feet in height. Leaves are egg-shaped and usually finely ...

Google previewAmerican Honey Plants (1920)

Together with Those which are of Special Value to the Beekeeper as Sources of Pollen by Frank Chapman Pellett

Salal is an evergreen shrub, one to five feet high, common from central California north to Washington. It grows abundantly in the redwood forests commonly covering the ground. The flowers occur in racemes three to six inches long and are ...

Google previewCalifornia Range Brushlands and Browse Plants (1963)

by Arthur William Sampson, Jesperson Beryl S.

Salal is a common shrub in the redwood belt along the coast from Del Norte County southward to Monterey County and occasionally in the woods of the Santa Ynez Mountains of Santa Barbara County. The redwood forest understory is often ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Iraq (2013)

by Beth K. Dougherty, Edmund A. Ghareeb

Ahmad Marzouq Salal (al-Da'wa) CC: Ahmad Marzouq Salal (al-Da'wa) 'Abd al-Husayn Dulaimi ( SCIRI) ...

Google previewThe New standard encyclopedia (1907)

by William A. Colledge, Nathan Haskell Dole, George Jotham Hagar

Saladine Tenth Salal Berry and Richard C<Bur-de-Lion advanced to within a short distance of Jerusalem; but a truce was afterward concluded between Saladin and the Christians; soon after and Philip Augustus of France against Saladin, ...

Google previewCalmet's Great Dictionary of the Holy Bible: Calmet's great dictionary of the Holy Bible (1813)

by Augustin Calmet

SALCHAH, nobo, your basket; from "D salal: otherwise, that treads you under foot , or thy treading under foot; from noo sulah, and the pronoun 7 ka, thee, you.

Google previewA Concise Dictionary of the Persian Language (1891)

by Edward Henry Palmer

Salal 235.

Google previewA Political and Economic Dictionary of the Middle East (2013)

by David Seddon

AdDawhah, AlGhuwayriyah, Al Jumayliyah, AlKhawr, AlWakrah, ArRayyan, Jarayan alBatinah, Madinat ash Shamal and Umm Salal. In July ...

Google previewCrossword Puzzle Dictionary (1988)

by Nila Gott

lake _ TAHOE, CASITAS, ELSINORE missionary _ SERRA motto _ EUREKA mountain _ LASSEN, SHASTA museum _ GETTY nickname _ GOLDEN park _ YOSEMITE rock fish _ RENA, REINA shrub _ SALAL tree _ REDWOOD wine Valley ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Country Living, 40th Anniversary Edition (2012)

by Carla Emery

Blueberries Cranberries Currants Gooseberries Huckleberries Salal Sarvis BerriesorSaskatoon Berries Strawberries Symphoricarpos W OOD H EAT M ANAGING ANEXISTINGSTAND OF T REES R EFORESTATION Mulch Collars Woodlot ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Islamic Fundamentalism (2012)

by Mathieu Guidère

Laidi, Ali, and Ahmed Salal. Le Jihad en Europe: Les filie'res du terrorisme islamiste. Paris: Seuil, 2002. Maréchal, Brigette, et al., eds. Muslims in the Enlarged Europe. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 2003. Mazower, Mark. The Balkans: A Short History.

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The value of this 5-letter word is 5 points. It is included in the second edition of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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