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pod·o·phyl·lum

(pod'ō-fil'ŭm),
The rhizome of Podophyllum peltatum (family Berberidaceae), used as a powerful laxative.

may apple

(1) Mandrake, a source of podophyllin. 
(2) Podophyllum, see there.

may apple,

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The pussy willows were popping, the Johnny Jump Ups and May apples were spreading their leaves along the foot of Red Hill.
I remember where the colonies of may apples are, even when they're not there, which is most of the time, because they spring up in late March and are yellowing by the end of May.
Each spring, May apples add one or two to a grove, another Virginia creeper finds its way up a tree and soneysuckle pops up everywhere.