A piece of enclosed land planted with fruit trees
An enclosed or secluded orchard.
A glasshouse for the protection of fruit that is either too delicate to be grown in the open air, or required to ripen earlier.
North American term for cocksfoot.
An orchard grown in a manner traditional among North American Indians, specifically one which comprises ungrafted fruit trees.
A migratory oriole breeding in eastern North America, Icterus spurius (family Icteridae), of which the male is chestnut with black head, throat, and upperparts, and the female is yellow with olive upperparts.