SB 4.6.18

kharjūrāmrātakāmrādyaiḥ
 priyāla-madhukeṅgudaiḥ
druma-jātibhir anyaiś ca
 rājitaṁ veṇu-kīcakaiḥ
Word for word: 
kharjūra-āmrātaka-āmra-ādyaiḥ — with kharjūras, āmrātakas, āmras and others; priyāla-madhuka-iṅgudaiḥ — with priyālas, madhukas and iṅgudas; druma-jātibhiḥ — with varieties of trees; anyaiḥ — other; ca — and; rājitam — decorated; veṇu-kīcakaiḥ — with veṇus (bamboos) and kīcakas (hollow bamboos).
Translation: 
There are mango trees, priyāla, madhuka and iṅguda. Besides these there are other trees, like thin bamboos, kīcaka and varieties of other bamboo trees, all decorating the tract of Kailāsa Hill.