Australia’s Paper Bark: The Melaleuca

Thrive On News Spiritual Magazine

The iconic Paperbark tree, its name is derived from the trees bark that flakes and peels but has a softer texture than paper and also thicker. Known by its botanical name Melaleuca meaning black & white, which is derived from the Ancient Greek melanos ‘black’ and leukos ‘white’ and Genus a name referenced by the European settlers by the way the bark was black at the base and white at the top due to bush fires.

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