Paulownia sentence example
- Paulownia - P. imperialis is a fine flowering tree from Japan, not suitable for our climate generally, though in a few places it succeeds.
- At maturity the Paulownia assumes a dense rounded head, but rarely exceeds 30 feet in height, although in some south-coast gardens there are trees of 40 feet.
- The Order of the Paulownia Sun (Tokwa Daijasho), founded in 1888, in one class, may be in a sense regarded as the highest class of the Rising Sun (Kiokujitsasho) founded in eight classes, in 1875.
- The last two classes of the Rising Sun wear a decoration formed of the Paulownia flower and leaves.Advertisement