yellowwood


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Synonyms for yellowwood

the yellow wood of any of various yellowwood trees

any of various trees having yellowish wood or yielding a yellow extract

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The aim of this study was to assess Sambar antler rubbing on Yellow-wood in eight populations throughout the known range of Yellowwood in Victoria, to evaluate the impacts of Sambar antler rubbing.
Yellowwood Mountain Chenin Blanc 2011 (PS4 at Asda) Because its entire wine industry had to be re-worked when the Rainbow nation was formed, today's South Africa can offer some great value wines, especially with chenin blanc - despite some indifferent examples early on.
There are groves of bamboo, yellowwood, cycads, enormous azaleas and avenues lined with jacaranda and London planes in the grounds, which give it the atmosphere of an English country estate in a condition of mild decaying colonial splendour.
Now, it's a European-style piazza, a square-block expanse of honey-hued granite, a bosque of yellowwood trees, a burbling fountain, sculpted benches, and a 1,000-square-foot glass canopy that hovers far above, shielding the downtown lunch crowd from April showers.
Yet he also delights in the planting of indigenous saplings of "melkhout, ash, yellowwood, ironwood, umbrella tree.
Nancy Parker lives in Albuquerque, NM, with her husband, Anthony Parker, and their daughter Tashina Yellowwood Parker.
Deep Kentucky yellowwood Cladastris kentuckea Deep Loblolly pine Pinus taeda Deep Norway maple Acer platanoides Shallow Oak Quercus spp.
Visitors can enjoy the beauty of a fresh snow while hiking, bird-watching or cross-county skiing in Brown County State Park and Yellowwood State Forest.
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One practitioner who has experimented with this approach is Anne Stephens of Yellowwood Consulting in South Africa.
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LANDSCAPE NOTES: American Yellowwood is gaining in popularity as an accent or street tree.
Photographer Paul Martens captured the efforts of several tree-sitters who protested the proposed sale of acreage in Indiana's Yellowwood State Forest.