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Old 07-29-2020, 12:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Hiya folks, can any one identity this tree for me? Google has not been fruitful!
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Old 07-30-2020, 05:49 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Acacia longifolia.
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Wow thanks cincinnana,
I think you've nailed it, the flowers on mine are incredibly small unlike all the 'google' ones I've found with your helpful info,but it so similar perhaps as mine is only a few years old the bud are so small,
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Wow thanks cincinnana,
I think you've nailed it, the flowers on mine are incredibly small unlike all the 'google' ones I've found with your helpful info,but it so similar perhaps as mine is only a few years old the bud are so small,
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Using 'plantnet' app on my phone, I get 'Acacia redolens Maslin.



Acacia redolens 'Low Boy' at San Marcos Growers; www.smgrowers.com › products › plants › plantdisplay
Acacia redolens 'Low Boy' (Prostrate Acacia) - A low-growing shrub to 1 to 2 feet tall by 10 to 15 feet wide with dense habit and much branched with stems ...




Acacia longifolia at San Marcos Growers; www.smgrowers.com › products › plants › plantdisplay
Acacia longifolia (Golden Wattle) - A fast-growing bushy shrub or small tree to 20 feet tall and as wide. Long light green leaves and fragrant round, golden yellow flowers appear in winter to early spring along end of branches. Salt tolerant so a useful for seaside conditions.




Oh Well .... It's an Acacia type. .... PlanNet app to identify plants is a handy little app. This can be done in the field if you have a cell connection. I did the above by snapping a pic of the posted pic from the screen.



However .... I don't think the app can help anyone with proving their 6 inch nana plant is a True Blue Java. So don't ask. .... They ARE Dwf Namwah.
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Seeds aer tsaty NDA I flee no efftces ta all!!!!

Thanks guys very interesting, Ive two of these and now plenty of seeds to enlarge my collection.

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Thanks guys very interesting, I two of these and now plenty of seeds to enlarge my collection.
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Sometimes, even a known species can have variations that are completely different from all the others.
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