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The common spicebush, Lindera benzoin, whose leaves have a distinctive strong citrusy aroma
straggling aromatic shrub of southwestern United States having fragrant brown flowers deciduous shrub of the eastern United States having highly aromatic leaves and bark and yellow flowers followed by scarlet or yellow berries
Deciduous, dense shrub (Lindera benzoin, or Benzoin aestivale) of the laurel family, native to eastern North America. Found most often in damp woods, it grows 5-20 ft (1.5-6 m) tall. The shiny, oblong leaves (3-5 in., or 8-13 cm, long) are wedge-shaped near the base. Small, yellow flowers crowded in small, nearly stalkless clusters are followed by fleshy red fruit with a stony covering around the seed. Tea is sometimes brewed from young twigs, leaves, and fruit
spicebush swallowtail
A large swallowtail (Papilio troilus) of eastern North America that feeds on spicebushes, having dark forewings with yellow marginal spots and bluish-green hindwings