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BundleflowerPower
#1 Posted : 10/23/2020 4:29:12 AM

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What part of the year does maiden’s wattle bloom in Australia and/or its native range?
 

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#2 Posted : 11/5/2020 8:19:51 AM

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Mine blooms after Christmas in the Summer and will carry on flowering as many times as it can until it cools down in May. It grew 5m before it flowered the first time.

I'm in the wet tropics, so the rain is intense and in the summer months. I don't know how that effects this trees cycles compared to more temperate regions.
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#3 Posted : 11/17/2020 2:51:10 AM

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Mine blooms a lot in November and December. Right before Christmas. It seems like it grew its flower buds in late summer and then began blooming a little bit a couple of months ago and then a lot right now. it’s a beautiful tree.

3 winters ago I think It had grown a couple meters maybe and the coldest weather I’ve ever seen in this place came in and froze it to the ground. It was -6 c. Ever since it’s been evergreen and is probably about 5 to 7 meters.
There’s usually not too much of a winter where I live in Louisiana, although that winter it got colder that I thought, at least for a night.

After the tree froze to the ground and grew back, it got me wondering how tropical plants can survive frosts and freezes in the first place.
 
 
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