Definition of grass tree in English:

grass tree

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noun

another term for blackboy.
More example sentences
  • The flower stalk on the grass tree is full of nectar, so when you get a flower stalk, just run your hand down it and it's covered in glucose, and just lick it off, it's just pure, sweet sugars.
  • Every grass tree and sapling was essential as a hand-hold before we eventually emerged on a mossy rock face and eased ourselves past wild orchids without mishap.
  • And for gardeners there is much to admire such as a 400-year-old Australian grass tree, or the yellow Justica, a plant Blake first saw in Costa Rica where a humming bird seeking nectar became the subject of one of his paintings.

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