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lacebark

(ˈleɪsˌbɑːk)
n
(Plants) another name for ribbonwood
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Noun1.lacebark - small tree or shrub of New Zealand having a profusion of axillary clusters of honey-scented paper-white flowers and whose bark is used for cordage
genus Hoheria, Hoheria - small genus of shrubs and small trees of New Zealand: lacebarks
tree - a tall perennial woody plant having a main trunk and branches forming a distinct elevated crown; includes both gymnosperms and angiosperms
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Sycamore is one of the most familiar of such trees, but lacebark pine and stewartia also are worth planting for their bark alone.
An innovative laser cutting technique creates Lacebark's memorable texture, an allover organic pattern modeled after exfoliating trees.
Liu et al., "Carbon and nitrogen distribution across a chronosequence of secondary lacebark pine in China," The Forestry Chronicle, vol.
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Raf is suspicious of Lacebark, a mining company with dealings in Burma who destroyed Cherish's native village.
About thirty of us gathered under the lacebark elms on Rampart near Ursulines and started the slow walk north and east through the side streets toward St.
As a late summer garden, this paradise is an inspiration PLANT OF THE WEEK Hoheria 'Stardust' (Lacebark) WHEN considering early autumn flowering plants, don''t forget about shrubs and trees.
Favored are lacebark elms because they are a native species considered resistant to drought as well as ice.
His Lacebark Pine (1935), Autumn Branches (1938), Banana Leaves and Bamboo (1938), Loquats (1938), and Chinese Redbud (1940) are mere tangles, when they should be calligraphic inscriptions rendered in the forms of the natural world.