An Australian evergreen tree (Brachychiton populneus) having palmately lobed leaves, yellow or reddish blossoms, and long-stalked hair follicles.
any one of several types of tree or shrub in genus Brachychiton.
Same as currajong: the name is also applied to a great many other malvaceous and sterculiaceous trees or shrubs producing powerful bast-fibers from which the locals make cordage, nets, or matting. Start to see the expressions below.
commonly distributed tree of east Australia producing a difficult durable fibre and smooth light attractively grained wood; foliage is an important emergency meals for cattle