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Fire Tree (Xanthorrhoea preissii)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xanthorrhoea_preissii Also known as  grasstrees, the form of the plant resembles a tree, with very long and bunched, grass-like, leaves that emerge from a central base. It is found throughout Southwest Australia and is of high economic importance to the Noongar people, who named it balga, using the gum it contains and the spike for fish spears. Its [...]

2017-06-03T06:35:45+01:00By |

Hyraceum/African Stone (Procavia capensis)

 Hyraceum/African Stone (Procavia capensis) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyraceum https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rock_hyrax A fossilized waste used to mark the territory of the Cape Hyrax, a close relative from the elephant living in large colonies in the wild in the South African plains and looking like an irresistibly cute giant rodent. This product is valorized, sustainably and ethically collected in the wild [...]

2017-05-29T20:25:43+01:00By |