hoop pine


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hoop pine

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(Plants) a fast-growing timber tree of Australia, Araucaria cunninghamii, having rough bark with hoop-like cracks around the trunk and branches: family Araucariaceae
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Noun1.hoop pine - pine of Australia and New Guineahoop pine - pine of Australia and New Guinea; yields a valuable light even-textured wood
araucaria - any of several tall South American or Australian trees with large cones and edible seeds
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Each box in the editions series was custom made to fit the five different artist's work and were constructed from Huon pine, blackwood, hoop pine and brass with the use of the router to engrave each artist's text into the lids.
Hoop pine (Araucaria cunninghamii, Araucariaceae) plantations were established on former rainforest sites.
In vitro culture of hoop pine (Araucaria cunnighamii Aiton ex D, Don).
Huon Pine, Beech, Teak, Ash, Cedar, Blackwood, Elm, Spotted Gum, Celery Top Pine, Red Gum, Oregon, Mahogany, King Billy Pine, Swamp Gum, Yellow Tallow Wood, Jarrah, Kauri and Hoop Pine.
excelsa]), which is widely cultivated in gardens in southern Europe as an ornamental, the hoop pine, or Moreton Bay pine (A.
Even without the view the lofty light-filled interior, paved with big golden panels of hoop pine ply, would be exhilarating.
A few, like the elephantine hoop pine, were familiar to us.
b) Site 2 (26[degrees]32'S, 152[degrees]37'E) was established on a second-rotation site planted with seedlings of hoop pine (Araucaria cunninghamii) growing between 2.
Dr John Kanowski, Regional Ecologist, North Eastern Australia for the Australian Wildlife Conservancy, studied three types of projects: monoculture plantations of native hoop pines, mixed species plantations, and rainforest restoration projects comprised of a diverse range of rainforest trees.
I head down to the beach past stately banyan trees, hoop pines, coconut palms and a sign that reads: "WARNING--MARINE STINGERS--are Dangerous .