fire tree


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Noun1.fire tree - a terrestrial evergreen shrub or small tree of western Australia having brilliant yellow-orange flowers; parasitic on roots of grasses
genus Nuytsia, Nuytsia - one species
parasitic plant - plant living on another plant and obtaining organic nutriment from it
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69 The Fire Tree Sicilian Pinot Grigio Sauvignon Blanc 2016, aldi.
This race is no exception, and although the absence of Fire Tree robs it of one of two last-time-out winners, there are few in the field who can be confidently ruled out.
vs Other wines in the range include The Fire Tree Sicilian Riserva 2013 (PS7.
PNPCSI), observed that most of the toppled trees were the "exotic" ones, such as mahogany, gmelina, acacia (rain tree), fire tree, and teak wood.
The witness who spoke to the Mirror yesterday told how he ran over to help Rhys as he lay dying in the car park of the Fire Tree pub in Croxteth Park, Liverpool on Wednesday, shot by a lad on a BMX bike.
The garden features rare trees including the tulip tree - which is flowering for the first time after 15 years - the snowdrop tree and a Chilean fire tree.
miconia (Miconia calvescens), and fire tree (Myrica faya) that can overrun and replace native ecosystems.
A 6ft Nordman fire tree, including a stand with water reservoir, can be dropped at your doorstep for pounds 65 plus delivery.
In this masterful composition, National Artist Fernando Amorosolo reflects upon the ravages of World War II and its aftermath as he depicts what remains of the Guadalupe church foregrounded by a blossoming fire tree, a metaphor for hope and rebirth.
He got a long way behind from a wide draw in stall eight on that tight flat track, but kept on strongly into fifth of 16 runners inside the final furlong, finishing less than eight lengths behind progressive winner Fire Tree.
The flamboyant fire tree or flame tree, known as caballero (gentleman?