Acacia dealbata


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Noun1.Acacia dealbata - evergreen Australasian tree having white or silvery bark and young leaves and yellow flowersAcacia dealbata - evergreen Australasian tree having white or silvery bark and young leaves and yellow flowers
genus Acacia - large genus of shrubs and trees and some woody vines of Central and South America, Africa, Australia and Polynesia: wattle; mimosa
wattle - any of various Australasian trees yielding slender poles suitable for wattle
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FRAGRANT mimosa or, Acacia dealbata, has beautifully feathered blue-green foliage.
My Acacia dealbata is covered with masses of yellow buds which I look forward to seeing open soon.
More space is required for the mimosa tree, Acacia dealbata. It has beautiful silvery fern-like foliage that florists like for their arrangements and is covered in yellow pom-pom flowers in January which give off the most delicious fragrance.
More space is required for the mimosa tree, Acacia dealbata. It has beautiful silvery fern-like foliage, which florists like for their arrangements and is covered in yellow pom-pom flowers in January which give off the most delicious fragrance.
Residents in Ntabelanga catchment area used species such as Acacia baileyana, Acacia caffra (Thunb.) Wild., Acacia dealbata, Acacia mearnsii, Bruguiera gymnorrhiza (L.) Lam., Eucalyptus camaldulensis, Eucalyptus grandis, and Schotia latifolia Jacq.
consideniana, and dominant understorey species include Pomaderris aspera, Acacia dealbata, A.
Offer Marvellous Mimosa The fragrant mimosa (acacia dealbata) has beautifully feathered foliage, which is covered with fragrant yellow flowers in spring.
Other shrubs which look great in the greenhouse include mimosa (Acacia dealbata) and Buddleia asiatica.
The five hardwoods selected for thermal conductivity measurements were poplar (Populus tremula), oriental beech (Fagus orientalis), silver wattle (Acacia dealbata), ash (Fraxinus excelsior), and oak (Quercus petreae).
The silver wattle Acacia dealbata is the most popular of the genus grown as an ornamental in gardens.
May and Attiwill (2003) used the [sup.15]N natural abundance technique to determine [N.sub.2] fixation by Acacia dealbata (silver wattle) and found that it contributed significantly to the total soil N pool of mountain ash (Eucalyptus regnans) forests in the Victorian central highlands, Australia.
The Mimosa (Acacia dealbata) has beautifully feathered foliage which is covered with masses of fragrant yellow flowers in spring.