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(Leptospermum scoparium): a bushy scrub-like tree growing in New Zealand and some parts of Australia. It has fragrant flowers so is popular with bee keepers for the natural flavouring of honey; sawdust and chippings, produced from it are popular to flavour smoked food; while oil is produced from it for medicinal purposes.

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