timber tree


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Noun1.timber tree - any tree that is valued as a source of lumber or timber
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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We were now outside Thornfield gates, and bowling lightly along the smooth road to Millcote, where the dust was well laid by the thunderstorm, and, where the low hedges and lofty timber trees on each side glistened green and rain- refreshed.
TIMBER Tree blocks road in Ballybrack, South Dublin
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The modified taungya system operating in the forest reserve may not be sustainable in the long run, in that, the farmers will be allowed to farm on the forestland as soon as the planted timber tree species close canopy.
For the younger members of the family, there is a timber tree platform in a magni?
A timber tree house is an unusual feature and is the perfect place to take in those stunning views.
The Spruce is a very useful timber tree and is used for the likes of scaffolding, poles, ladders, flooring, and even musical instruments.
SCOTS PINE (Pinus sylvestris), which grows freely throughout most of the country, is our only major native timber tree and does really well in poor soil.
The plantations are expected to comprise rare, high-value timber tree species, as well as more established well-known timber species.
The iconic American chestnuts were once a major component of eastern forests and a valuable timber tree.
Chirk Castle boasts many veteran trees while black poplars, Britain's rarest native timber tree, can be found nearby along the River Dee floodplain Wales' rarest tree is Ley's Whitebeam - only 16 exist at two sites in southern Powys.