Desert Holly

  • (noun): Handsome low saltbush of arid southwestern United States and Mexico having blue-green prickly-edged leaves often used for Christmas decoration.
    Synonyms: Atriplex hymenelytra

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Famous quotes containing the words holly and/or desert:

    in the holly prickles
    You can plainly see
    The crown of thorns our Saviour wore
    —Unknown. The Holly and the Ivy (l. 13–15)

    Is there any religion but this, to know, that, wherever in the wide desert of being, the holy sentiment we cherish has opened into a flower, it blooms for me? If none sees it, I see it; I am aware, if I alone, of the greatness of the fact. Whilst it blooms, I will keep sabbath or holy time, and suspend my gloom, and my folly and jokes.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)