loblolly loblolly  /ˈlɑb ˌlɑ li/

Definition(s):

  • (n) thick gruel

Usage(s):

  1. The ongoing survey of Southern Piedmont woodlands shows that in the past ten years the growth rate of loblolly pine, a coniferous evergreen, has been 25% less than expected.
  2. Forest-product firms that have made loblolly pine a prime component of pulp and paper have also greened the South with new woodlands astir with game.
  3. Back in his neat three-bedroom brick house on a rural lot dotted by a stand of loblolly pines and a satellite dish.

News

  1. Juneteenth at Mosaic Templars

    Just heard some great singing from Butterfly & Irie Soul at Mosaic Templars Cultural Center's celebration of Juneteenth. Yes, it's hot as hell, but there's overpriced shaved ice and delicious Loblolly ice cream to cool off with. Here's Robert Bell's preview of the event. [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
    on June 16, 2013     Source: Arkansas Times

  2. Pine trees planted in fire-stricken Bastrop

    BASTROP COUNTY, Texas -- Volunteers came together to help reforest the lost pines region of Bastrop. More than 34,000 acres of the lost pines area were destroyed in 2011 when wildfires burned through Bastrop. The Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center has asked volunteers to plant loblolly pine trees as part of the Bastrop County Community Reforestation Program. Volunteers are still needed to sow ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: KVUE-TV Austin

Quotes

  • "This is important thermal cover for many types of wildlife, including grouse," Mitchell said. "In addition, on State Game Lands 234 in Montgomery County, the crew planted loblolly pines with the hopes of establishing dove-roosting areas."
    on Jun 20, 2010 By: David Mitchell Source: Republican & Herald

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