How to Pronounce todea?

Correct pronunciation for the word "todea" is [tˈə͡ʊdi͡ə], [tˈə‍ʊdi‍ə], [t_ˈəʊ_d_iə].

What are the misspellings for todea?

  • t0odea,
  • tod ea,
  • tdoea,
  • tocea,
  • todrea,
  • todewa,
  • toweda,
  • t0dea

"Todea" in context

Todea is a type of evergreen shrub that is native to New Zealand. It is a member of the Pittosporaceae family, and is known for its small, glossy leaves and fragrant white flowers. These plants are small, reaching only up to 1 meter in height, and have an upright branching habit. They produce clusters of white and yellow flowers in the spring, which give off a strong, sweet scent. Todea can be found growing in lowland forests and scrubland throughout the country.

The foliage of the todea is lance-shaped and glossy green in colour.

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