Brachychiton

They grow to 4 – 30m tall, and some are dry-season deciduous. Several species (though not all) are pachycaul plants with a very stout stem for their overall size, used to store water during periods of drought. The leaves show intraspecific variation and generally range from entire to deeply palmately lobed with long slender leaflet-like lobes jo...
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Brachychiton

(Bottle Tree, Flame Tree, Kurrajong) These tender, succulent trees are natives of Australia. Several varieties of this group have become popular landscape trees in mild climates. The leaves of these plants vary from thin and finger-like to large and slightly lobed. Commonly known as Bottle Trees, all these plants form a fairly thickened trunk. B. r...
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Brachychiton

genus Brachychiton noun Australian trees (usually with swollen trunks)
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Brachychiton

[n] - Australian trees (usually with swollen trunks)
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