TREES AND FLORA
A shrub whose leaves have a purgative effect when chewed; traditionally, branches of it are nailed to house doors during
the leaves of which, when chewed, have a purgative effect. It is thought that the pitch and the branches of the
BRAK BUSH discourage the entry of bad luck into the houses of the citizens."
Pg. 211, Assassin of Gor.
chocolate is made, from Cosian merchants, who in turn, obtain them from the tropics.
Pg. 61, Kajira of Gor.
of drinking water.
them about it. I tied shut this simple bandage with the tendrils of a CARPET PLANT."
Pg. 347, Explorers of Gor.
used as a design for slave brands; sometimes used as a slave name. Similar in appearance to the Earthen
expatriated Turians; the DINA a delicate, beautiful flower, it would no longer be used in the southern hemisphere..."
Pg. 62, Slave Girl of Gor.
are at times can hold a lot of rainwater.
said. I then rose to my feet and walked a few yards away, to a FAN PALM.
Pg. 347, Explorers of Gor
umbrellas on crooked sticks, not more then twenty feet high; they are narrow branched, with
Pg. 72, Tribesmen of Gor.
table between us."
Pg. 154, Hunters of Gor.
trees are are specially grown so that the flowers form delicate patterns of shades and hues.
Pg. 215, Nomads of Gor.
the poplar trees of Earth.
They are not uncommon in the vicinity of water in the Barrens, usually growing along the banks of small
streams of muddy, sluggish rivers. Their shape is very reminiscent of poplar trees on Earth, to which,
perhaps, in virtue of seeds, brought to the Counter-Earth, they may be related."
Pg. 300, Blood Brothers of Gor.
Pg. 96, Tarnsman of Gor.
has an addictive narcotic.
suprisingly, the rolled leaves of this plant, which are relatively innocuous, are formed into strings and
chewed or sucked, are much favored by many Goreans, particularly in the southern hemisphere, where
the leaf is more abundant."
Pg. 43, Nomads of Gor.
best in sandy soil."
Pg. 45, Priest Kings of Gor.
responses of the bladderlike pods produce a mechanical pumping action, and the blood is sucked
into the plant to nourish it."
Pg. 33, Outlaw of Gor.
keep the water from being withdrawn by contraction and surface adhesion up the vine. The second
cut, made a foot or so from the ground, gives a vine tube, which, drained, yeilds in the neighborhood
of a liter of water."
Pg. 310, Explorers of Gor.
Pg. 5, Raiders of Gor.
Pg. 141, Raiders of Gor
more than 20 ft high, and spreads it leaves in the form of an opened fan. It is an excellent source of
pure water. As much as one liter of water can be found at the base of each leaf's stem.
however, more than fifteen hundred varieties and types of PALM alone. Some of these PALMS
have leaves which are twenty feet in length."
Pg. 310, Explorers of Gor.
thick, which lies horizontally under the surface of the water; small roots sink downward into
the mud from this main root, and several "stems," as many as a dozen, rise from it, often of a
length of fifteen to sixteen feet from the root; it has an excrescent, usually single floral spike."
Pg. 7, Raiders of Gor.
grown in several areas, but particularly below Ar and above the equator; the cheap rep-cloth is
woven in mills, commonly, in various cities; it takes dyes well and, being cheap and strong, is popular,
particularly among the lower castes."
Pg. 10, Raiders of Gor.
RUSH AND SEDGE
path for them would have to be cut and chopped, foot by foot, through the thickets of RUSH AND
SEDGE, and the tangles of marsh vine."
Pg. 5, Raiders of Gor.
SA-TARNA is yellow;....."
Pg. 37, Tribesmen of Gor.
hemispheric arthropods which are, in the morning, taken out to pasture where they feed on
special SIM PLANTS, extensive, rambling, tangled vine-like plants with huge, rolling leaves
raised under square energy lamps fixed in the ceilings of the broad pasture chambers, and
at night are returned to their stable cells where they are milked by Muls."
Pg. 214, Priest-Kings of Gor.
state, as in slave wine, developed by the caste of Physicians, the effect is almost indefinate, usually
requiring a releaser for it remission, usually administered, to a slave, in what is called the breeding
wine, or the second wine".
Pg. 319, Blood Brothers of Gor.
of the golden-leaved SUL PLANT..."
Pg. 44, Priest-Kings of Gor.
often worn by a free woman during the Companionship ceremoney; worn in a slavegirl's hair, it is sign
that she cares for her Master.
of a broad yellow meadow of TALENDARS, a delicate, yellow-petaled flower, often woven into
garlands by Gorean maidens."
Pg. 131, Outlaw of Gor.
mashed roots of the TELEKINT; when he perspired, it had run; his face was stained."
Pg. 83, Tribesmen of Gor.
Pg. 15, Nomads of Gor.
Pg. 320, Blood Brothers of Gor.
a man's waist.
TOR SHRUB, which name might be fairly translated, I would think, as, say, the bright shrub, or
the shrub of light, it having that name, I suppose, because of its abundant, bright flowers, either
yellow or white, depending on the variety. It is a very lovely shrub in bloom. It was not in bloom
now, of course, as it flowers in the fall."
Pg. 339, Vagabonds of Gor.
by someone who passed by; it was from that TUR TREE that the city of Turia took its name; there
was also, at one side of the garden, against the far wall, a grove of tem-wood, linear, black, supple."
Pg. 217, Nomads of Gor.
bluish, which grows at the edge of the Tahari, gathered in shallow baskets and carried to a still, are
boiled in water."
Pg. 50, Tribesmen of Gor.
Pg. 91, Rogue of Gor.
patches of VERR GRASS." Pg. 71-72, Tribesmen of Gor.
Pgs. 216-217, Nomads of Gor.