The wood of mountain laurel weighs 44.62 pounds per cubic foot.
Rhododendron maximum, L. (mountain laurel of North America).
The mountain laurel holds above gleaming leaves its marvelously carven cups, faint pink or white, amber-flecked.
The buckthorn, for example, was just coming out; and the dogwood, and the mountain laurel.
On their hardy shrubs the pale pink clusters of mountain laurel were beaten into shapeless colour-masses by the wind-blown rains.
On its high bank the ghost-like glory of a mountain laurel overhung the dark water.
It is believed that birds that feed upon the mountain laurel furnish a food poisonous to man.
One day he found a mountain laurel flowering in the woods, and gathering a spray he sat with it in his hands and dreamed of Betty.
Flowers and foliage of mountain laurel are highly esteemed as decorations, foliage in winter, and the flowers in May and June.
The utilization of mountain laurel is not confined to the trunks which reach tree size.