A long time ago I became very familiar to the word PEULLA found in the Mapuche dictionary which is an Araucanian language also spelled Mapuzugun and Mapudungun.
The Mapuche people are the original inhabitants of the southern cone of South America.
To be geographically precise: central-south west of Argentina and central-south east of Chile.
The name is made of two words: MAPU = earth, territory or land and CHE = people.
The correct interpretation is: People of this Territory.
PEULLA is a beautiful word in their language with a marvellous meaning, not that easy to translate.
In English the nearest to PEULLA is...
NEW BUDS, NEW OUTBREAKS or NEW SPROUT.