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" Cabbage-tree, rise perpendicularly, in the centre of the crest. In this state they are used for making brooms; those still unprotruded and remaining enclosed within the sheaths of the older leaves, form a white mass, as thick as a man's arm; they are... "
Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Van Diemen's Land - Página 203
por Royal Society of Van Diemen's Land for Horticulture, Botany, and the Advancement of Science, Royal Society of Van Diemen's Land - 1855
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A Narrative of a Visit to the Australian Colonies

James Backhouse - 1843 - 560 páginas
...crest. In this state, they are used for making brooms ; those still unprotruded, and remaining enclosed within the sheaths of the older leaves, form a white mass, as thick as a man's arm ; they are eaten raw, boiled or pickled. In a raw state, they taste like a nut, and boiled, they resemble...
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Guide to the Royal Botanic Gardens and Pleasure Grounds, Kew

Daniel Oliver, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew - 1872 - 112 páginas
...the centre of the crest. .In this state they are used for making brooms ; those still unprotruded, and remaining inclosed within the sheaths of the older...leaves, form a white mass as thick as a man's arm ; they are eaten raw, boiled, or pickled. In a raw state they taste like a nut, and boiled they resemble...
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The Cyclopædia of India and of Eastern and Southern Asia ..., Volumen5

Edward Balfour - 1873
...crest. In this state they are used for making hats ; those still unprotruded and remaining enclosed within the sheaths of the older leaves form a white mass, as thick as a man's arm : they are eaten raw, boiled, or pickled. In a raw state they taste like a nut, and boiled they resemble...
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Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales, Volumen28

Linnean Society of New South Wales - 1904
...crest. In this state they are used for making brooms; those still unprotruded and remaining enclosed within the sheaths of the older leaves, form a white mass, as thick as a man's arm; they are eaten raw, boiled, or pickled. In & raw state, they taste like a nut, and boiled they resemble...
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Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales, Volumen28

Linnean Society of New South Wales - 1904
...crest. In this state they are used for making brooms; those still unprotruded and remaining enclosed within the sheaths of the older leaves, form a white mass, as thick as a man's arm; they are eaten raw, boiled, or pickled. In a raw state, they taste like a nut, and boiled they resemble...
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