1897‘M. Twain’More Tramps Abroad 444The ‘flat-crown’..half a dozen naked branches, full of elbows, slant upward like artificial supports, and fling a roof of delicate foliage out in a horizontal platform as flat as a floor.
1913C. PettmanAfricanderisms 172Flat-crown, An indigenous Natal tree so named because of its very flat top, looking as though it had been recently and carefully trimmed.
1937C. BirkbyZulu Journey 49I yarned with him under the shade of a flat crown tree at Mangete.
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