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- in April with peak fruiting in October. Members of the genus are called madrones or madronas in the United States, from the Spanish name madroño (strawberry...
- lasts until the leaves naturally detach at the end of their lifespan. Madrones are native to the western coast of North America, from British Columbia...
- Madrone is a vernacular name for plants of the genus Arbutus. Madrone may also refer to: Madrone, California, a neighborhood in Silicon Valley Madrone...
- Madrone is a neighborhood of Morgan Hill, California, in Silicon Valley, located at the base of the Santa Cruz Mountains. Once an independent township...
- in 2008 and was named vice-chairman in 2014. Penner is the founder of Madrone Capital Partners, an investment firm located in Menlo Park, California...
- Eucheira socialis, commonly known as the Madrone butterfly is a lepidopteran that belongs to the family Pieridae. It was first described by Westwood in...
- Madrone is an American Alternative Rock band based in Roanoke, Virginia, formed on Frontman/Guitarist John "JD" Sutphin's birthday in February 2005. After...
- American members are called "Madrones" USCGC Madrona (WLB-302), a U. S. Coast Guard seagoing buoy tender Madrona School Madrone (disambiguation) Madroño (disambiguation)...
- Uberto Visconti di Modrone (23 February 1871 – 13 January 1923) was an Italian equestrian. He competed in the equestrian long jump event at the 1900 Summer...
- droplets on the wing feathers." These droplets may be the same color as the madrone berries they are known to eat. These birds' most prominent feature is this...
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