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#1181 Posted : 10/21/2017 7:14:46 PM

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I am tryng to attach plant foto with telephone
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#1182 Posted : 10/22/2017 11:50:50 AM

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None of these look like acacia trees.
 
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#1183 Posted : 10/22/2017 7:05:06 PM

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So I found this acacia tree in my back yard.


Black locust
 
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#1184 Posted : 10/22/2017 8:34:07 PM

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OP is from over 4 years ago. New members can post in the Acacia identification thread as well.
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#1185 Posted : 10/23/2017 9:47:48 PM

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Another one
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#1186 Posted : 10/23/2017 9:51:46 PM

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Seeds on the left. On the right is previos one.
This ones flowers look like from avatarSmile)
 
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#1187 Posted : 10/23/2017 10:08:54 PM

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another one similar but beans longer.
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#1188 Posted : 10/23/2017 10:13:18 PM

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one more but no flowers or beans yet. as i can see the flowers will be long not round
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#1189 Posted : 10/23/2017 10:24:37 PM

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With big leaves
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#1190 Posted : 10/23/2017 10:26:37 PM

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And this i forgot name drago smth has no dmt i think
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#1191 Posted : 10/23/2017 10:31:48 PM

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in another place the same one
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#1192 Posted : 10/23/2017 10:35:27 PM

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this one i thought is the same which i found half year ao but the beans is different.
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#1193 Posted : 10/24/2017 8:46:36 AM

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leratiomyces - definitely A.FLoribunda and appears to be the more active of two types..one having whiter, fuller, fluffier flowers with longer pointier phyllodes like your photo. The other seemingly more common type has much shorter and tighter spaced phyllodes.

It seems to be the case with Floribunda though that most cultivated species found in urban areas are very low to negligible yield ...whereas wild-native species like this one found in the bush are more likely to be active.

Thanks limolords for sharing your extensive knowledge of Acunminata species - I had grown a few Burketii before and they were labelled as thin-leaf Acunminata so this would explain my confusion there. Also got some seeds labelled A. Neurophylia...is this another sub-species of Acuminata ?

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#1194 Posted : 10/24/2017 9:56:14 AM

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NISMAS wrote:
With big leaves

Looks like a Calliandra sp. to me. "Powder puff tree".
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#1195 Posted : 10/24/2017 9:13:08 PM

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With the big leaves in google is sinilar albizia julibrissin rosea
 
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#1196 Posted : 10/24/2017 9:16:49 PM

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Another one i found
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#1197 Posted : 10/24/2017 9:50:44 PM
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poinciana ^^^
"Is this the end of our adventure? Nothing has an end. We came in search of the secret of immortality, to be like gods, and here we are... mortals, more human than ever. If we have not obtained immortality, at least we have obtained reality. We began in a fairytale and we came to life! But is this life reality? We are images, dreams, photographs. We must not stay here! Prisoners! We shall break the illusion. This is Maya. Goodbye to the holy mountain. Real life awaits us." ~ Alejandro Jodorowsky
 
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#1198 Posted : 10/25/2017 7:56:30 AM
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JefFlux wrote:
leratiomyces - definitely A.FLoribunda and appears to be the more active of two types..one having whiter, fuller, fluffier flowers with longer pointier phyllodes like your photo. The other seemingly more common type has much shorter and tighter spaced phyllodes.

It seems to be the case with Floribunda though that most cultivated species found in urban areas are very low to negligible yield ...whereas wild-native species like this one found in the bush are more likely to be active.

Thanks limolords for sharing your extensive knowledge of Acunminata species - I had grown a few Burketii before and they were labelled as thin-leaf Acunminata so this would explain my confusion there. Also got some seeds labelled A. Neurophylia...is this another sub-species of Acuminata ?

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Thanks jetflux.
I checked a phyllode from that tree by tlc back in August and sadly it had nothing.
Will check it again in late summer.
 
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#1199 Posted : 11/4/2017 5:28:07 AM
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Hey everyone ! Big grin
Can anyone maybe help me with this one ?
I dont know if its an acacia or not .. and if it is .. which?Very happy
Thx Ahead !
Pictures!
 
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#1200 Posted : 11/11/2017 4:57:11 AM
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