[ bˈuːd͡ʒəm tɹˈiː], [ bˈuːdʒəm tɹˈiː], [ b_ˈuː_dʒ_ə_m t_ɹ_ˈiː]
How to use "Boojum tree" in context?
The Boojum Tree is a unique Australian plant found only in the King Cole Creek Conservation Park in the Sydney suburb of Double Bay. It is a small, spindly tree that can grow to a height of around two metres. The Boojum Tree is a member of the Casuarina family and is believed to have originated from New Guinea. The tree is characterised by its spindly, whitish branches and tendrils, and its large, drooping fruit. The Boojum Tree is a popular tourist attraction in Double Bay and is common to see visitors photograph and touch the tree's drooping fruit.
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