It was once thought that placing an Osage orange under the bed would repel spiders and insects.
The Osage orange is commonly used as a tree row windbreak in prairie states, which gives it one of its colloquial names, "hedge apple".
A patent was awarded in 2012 for an insect repelling device using Osage orange.
One such alternative was Osage orange, a thorny bush which was time-consuming to transplant and grow.
The Osage orange later became a supplier of the wood used in making barb wire fence posts.
It hung from the large-leafed vine which wound about the Osage orange forming a stretch of the hedge on their right side.
Instead he sailed over Chalcus' shoulder, trying to escape to the Osage orange.
Ilna walked to a birch tree growing out of the Osage orange, taking out her paring knife.
Their name is thought to be derived from Nachawi, the Caddo language word for Osage orange.
Down dropped an Osage orange, and her windshield shattered.