paperbark


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paperbark

(ˈpeɪpəˌbɑːk)
n
1. (Plants) any of several Australian myrtaceous trees of the genus Melaleuca, esp M. quinquenervia, of swampy regions, having spear-shaped leaves and papery bark that can be peeled off in thin layers
2. (Plants) the papery bark of any of these trees
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The offer includes four nights at the five star Intercontinental, Sydney, a Sydney Bridge Climb, a Captain Cook Cruise, a Sydney Opera House tour, two nights at the four star Paperbark Camp, Jervis Bay, on a B&B basis, two nights at the four star Lilianfels Resort, Blue Mountains, two nights at the four star Oaks Cypress Lakes Resort, Hunter Valley, a picnic amongst the vines tour, two nights at the four star Peppers Anchorage, Port Stephens, and one night back at the five star Intercontinental Sydney.
Acer griseum, or paperbark maple as it is commonly called, shows off coppery-orange and cinnamon-colored bark that peels away from the trunk in curious curls.
The current flowering of paperbark trees and bloodwoods near Charters Towers may have attracted the animals, which can travel hundreds of kilometres when attracted by flowering events.
The shrub layer is well developed and moderately diverse, with Hairpin Banksia Banksia spinulosa, Snowy Daisy-bush Olearia lirata and Scented Paperbark Melaleuca squarrosa.
as they experience wrapping a little damper in a piece of paperbark to understand Indigenous sustainable packaging;
The National Trust in Wales plans to protect the paperbark maple at the popular Vale of Glamorgan attraction as part of its campaign to celebrate and protect much-loved trees across the country.
To celebrate the paperbark maple and the wider project, Dyffryn Gardens offered arboretum guided tours, hands-on sessions for visitors to help with the construction of the new wild play area in the arboretum and the chance to meet the Cardiff Beekeepers Club.
Two supported games, Putty Pals by Harmonious Games and Paperbark by Paper House, started out as university projects at Swinburne and RMIT, and led to their creators establishing their own studios.
Grafts are sometimes successful between different species within the same genus so paperbark maple (Acer griseum) can be grafted onto sugar maple (Acer saccharum) stock.
For extra appeal, plant the paperbark maple with its cinnamon-coloured peeling bark and autumn colour, or the Japanese maple Bloodgood with red-purple summer leaves that go red in autumn.
A piece of jagalgarin is taken and wrapped in paperbark.
Acer griseum, the paperbark maple, improves every year with age as it gently peels back ruffles of chestnut to reveal shiny deep orange bark underneath.