Spoonwood

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Spoonwood is a common name for two plants:

  • Kalmia latifolia, a North American plant known as mountain laurel and numerous other names emphasizing its poisonous nature, such as lambkill, kill-kid, and calf-kill.
  • Trichila havanensis, a Caribbean softwood plant also known as palo de cuchara and limoncillo (not to be confused with the hardwood plant also known as limoncillo from the citrus family).