Cinnamomum camphora

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Cinnamomum camphora

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Beyond the dry dirt of the battlefield, farther than the lowest branch on the camphor tree, a huge tank was leading other machines across the blades of St.
Camphor is extracted from the branches of the true camphor tree via a steaming process.
Tarnopolsky also added a square of concrete pavers under the shade of a new camphor tree in a far corner to accommodate small parties or additional seating space during larger parties, and put a terrace of decomposed granite near the kitchen where the couple barbecues.
The DWP offers up to seven five-gallon trees, with 50 varieties from which to choose, including jacaranda, white alder, camphor tree, Canary Island pine, California sycamore and Southern magnolia.
Thanks to these efforts, the parks and the special areas now contain a wide variety of vegetation, including native and introduced tree species, including camphor tree, machilus, schima, acacia, slash pine and Brisbane box.
Set within the multi-tiered site are an array of trees and plants including a Camphor tree lined central driveway; canopies of Chinese Pistache trees; benches and sculptures in the open areas between buildings; and a colonnade of 25-foot Date Palms and flowering Purple Orchid trees surrounding a central circular water feature on the dining terrace.
Supply of the annual requirements of about 9,000 tons cazorina or camphor tree trunks for delivery in monthly installments.
Other Lauraceae susceptible to laurel wilt disease include silkbay (Persea humilis Nash), sassafras [Sassafras albidum (Nuttall) Nees], camphor tree [Cinnamomum camphora (L.
Subtropical trees with fragrant leaves would include all citrus species, the anise-scented avocado varieties (such as Bacon and Mexicola) as well as the camphor tree (Cinnamomum camphora).
Both the camphor tree and the Queensland umbrella tree are invasive in Florida.
Lastly, the camphor tree is especially sensitive to so-called ``weed-eater blight''; a gas-powered string trimmer that rips into the trunk of a camphor will cause slow but certain death to the tree.
It is a rather large commercial planting that demonstrates, above all, courage, since four plant species seldom seen together were used: blue or sheep fescue (Festuca ovina ``Glauca''), pyracantha and grevillea shrubs, and the camphor tree (Cinnamomum camphora).