fire tree


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Synonyms for fire tree

a terrestrial evergreen shrub or small tree of western Australia having brilliant yellow-orange flowers

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When a pictorial of fire trees, mostly those at the Ateneo Loyola campus in Quezon City, was carried last year in Panorama magazine, I was glad to see readers adding their fire-tree sites to the story on-line.
With main notes of lemongrass, lemon myrtle, neroli, jasmine, ginger, fire tree, clove, black pepper, sandalwood, oudh and orris, it is "a fragrance of strength, hope and unwavering determination with a hint of the exotic.
The 14-year-old witness, who cannot be named for legal reasons, said he was in the tree close to the Fire Tree pub when he sawa tracksuit-clad teenager arrive on a bike and ride off seconds later.
Fire Tree Community Association in Treharris ward is recommended to receive pounds 2,000, and Merthyr Angling Association pounds 500 for equipment for its work with primary schools.
Hero for Fire Tree was Pete Gill, who hit three of the goals.
The other newcomers are the David Wachman-trained pair Candelaria, a brother of three-time Group 2 winner Arabian Gleam, and Fire Tree, The Moore Factor and Precious Gold.
He was hit as he crossed the car park of the Fire Tree Pub, a couple of hundred yards from his home.
Jailing Richards, of Fire Tree Drive, Quakers Yard, Merthyr, for nine months for unlawful wounding, Judge John Curran said he took into consideration there was no intent to cause serious harm, her previous good character and early plea.
He actually bought the house on the strength of the big blue fire tree in the garden," she smiles.
We can rattle off fruits up to the tiny aratilis, but Arcenas chose a tree, the arbol de fuego, also called caballero or fire tree, which produces beautiful red blooms by summertime.
In an interview during the agency's Sunday radio program on dzBB, MMDA Chair Francis Tolentino said that starting Wednesday, they would be giving away for free seven-foot-high fire tree (caballero) saplings to those whose trees were damaged or felled when Glenda's strong winds whipped the metropolis.
The fire tree in the middle is the youngest, a sapling from the Manila Seedling Bank.
But it was only the fire tree in the backyard, with a brisk breeze causing its branches to brush against my window.
I am referring to the common kakawati, the giant ipil-ipil trees, the acacia, and the caballero or fire tree.
Set amid the lush golf course, you will be awed by the drive to this village because you will be greeted by fire trees wild with color, all the more bringing life the greenery of the fairways.