celery pine

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Australasian evergreen conifer having a graceful head of foliage resembling celery that is composed of phyllodes borne in the axils of scalelike leaves

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Of these woods the most highly prized were the King Billy, huon, and, to a lesser extent, celery-top pines.
15 The structure is all made from recycled hardwood which reveals its history, the linings and floors are New South Wales turpentine (syncarpia glomulifera) and glazed walls, made by John Turnbull, are Tasmanian celery-top pine (phylllocladus asplenifolius).
The Mount William National Park in the north-east corner of the island was set up to preserve the strange and beautiful vegetation in which myrtle mixes with tea trees, celery-top pines, mountain peppers and many other Antipodean species, among which wander wallabies, quolls (marsupial cats) and wombats, while raptors soar overhead.