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Another Michelin-starred spot, Arbutus in Soho, offers an unbeatable value on a pre-theater menu.
This study ascertains the feasibility of measuring the color of four species commonly growing in Canada, Douglas-fir, ponderosa pine, western hemlock, and Arbutus, under eight different lighting conditions using a commercially available spectrophotometer.
The Lookout backs onto Latoria Creek Park's 40 acres of arbutus and cedar forest and creek side hiking trails.
Miss Arbutus takes her in and she leads a good life--but when Ruby is twelve a new family arrives in town with news of her past--and to learn more she must travel far from her newfound home.
The area is also home to the endangered arbutus tree and the rare red-legged frog.
It is 1944 and Miss Arbutus Ward, spinster owner of the town boardinghouse, takes her in.
A former neighbour, Jody Jones, 23, of Arbutus Close, said: "I think its disgusting.
Among the best are Arbutus unedo, a small evergreen tree producing clusters of white flowers followed by red fruit in early winter, and Sorbus cashmiriana, which produces bunches of white berries which are largely ignored by the birds and remain all winter.
Caves and caverns abound, providing an appealing contrast to the inland that is studded with Douglas Fir, arbutus, Garry Oak and dogwood trees.
Although it does not by nature produce as many flowers and fruits of the true strawberry tree (Arbutus unedo), the hybrid, Arbutus x andrachnoides, has the most superb flaking cinnamon bark and glossy evergreen leaves.
The grey of the stucco render blends with the bark of the Douglas firs and the slim timber frames of the doors and windows are stained a rich rust to mimic the trunks of waxy leafed arbutus trees on the north side of the site.