Olearia

NOUN
  1. large genus of Australian evergreen shrubs or small trees with large daisylike flowers
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  • Threatened plant species currently being protected or monitored include the endemic saltpan cresses (Lepidium kirkii and L. sisymbrioides matau), the upland shrub Hebe cupressoides, the endangered Hector's tree daisy (Olearia hectorii), native Peraxilla mistletoes, and the epiphytic forest shrub Tupeia antarctica. Cantebury-Otago tussock grasslands
  • Gigantism is common and examples include: Chatham Islands karamu (Coprosma chathamica) and the tree koromiko (Hebe barkeri), both of which are the largest species in their genera; and the akeake (Olearia traversii), one of the largest tree daisies on earth. Chatham Island temperate forests
  • /rttSibusl De cella vinaria et olearia ethorreo, vbi fruftas et humi opere yacans, aeftate verfabatur; et hieme operas aliquot antelucanas et vefpertinas conficiebat. Scriptorvm rei rvsticae vetervm latinorvm tomvs primvs-[qvartvs]..
  • Since then we have planted cabbage trees, flaxes, saltmarsh ribbonwoods, kowhais, ngaios, mahoes, matais, podocarps, kahikateas, manukas, wineberries, toitois and olearias in their thousands.
  • There are large areas of native vegetation featuring kanuka, manuka, kohuhu, coprosmas and olearia species.
  • And so, shaded by eucalyptus trees, amidst the sweet scents of sassafras and olearia, the people lay down to rest.
  • Spartacus was not a new Hannibal, he was something much more dangerous; he was a new species of _Phylloxera_ or of _Mosca olearia_ in the form of brigand bands that destroyed vines and olives, the accumulated capital of centuries. Characters and events of Roman History
  • Gigantism is common and examples include: Chatham Islands karamu (Coprosma chathamica) and the tree koromiko (Hebe barkeri), both of which are the largest species in their genera; and the akeake (Olearia traversii), one of the largest tree daisies on earth. Chatham Island temperate forests
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