redwood bark

redwood bark

Shredded bark of the redwood tree; sometimes used as loose-fill thermal insulation.
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It was such a formative period for the siblings that when they launched their own couture line, Rodarte, they drew upon the texture of the trees in their early collections, creating dresses inspired by redwood bark.
Called Hawk House, the 7- by 9-foot structure has salvaged redwood bark on the walls--naturally fire-resistant--and winglike doors on either end, to let the breezes through.
The company also offers for private labeling its Redwood Bark, which is toffee covered in milk or dark chocolate without nuts, and its Cascade Ice Cream Topping, which is a mixture of roasted almonds, toffee and milk and dark chocolate chunks.
One was earthy and fashionable, with a column covered in redwood bark, a female mannequin in sniper camouflage, and walls lined with photos of a winding rural road shot through a car windshield.
Donal Brown, a New America Media reporter, advised a student newspaper, the Redwood Bark for more than 20 years.
Tasting seven different sweetened but unflavored soymilks and one unsweetened version from four of the leading brands, the connoisseurs came up with adjectives like baked apples, buttery nuts, oaty, citrus, vanilla, and even redwood bark.
The redwood bark is used to manufacture particleboard, while the burl, which often is found at the base of the trees, is very striking and is used for turnery.
Canadian sphagnum peat moss and fir or redwood bark are widely used in potting mixes.