Acacia juniperina

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Acacia juniperina, Willd. (A. echinula, DC. A. pungens, Spreng.). A stiff shrub, 8 to 12 ft., with branchlets either pubescent or smooth: phyll. scattered, numerous and tapering into a sharp point, 1/3 to rarely 1/2in. long, 1-nerved: fl.-heads solitary on peduncles longer than the phyll., 5-merous; petals ciliate; petals acute, with prominent midrib: pod more or less falcate, flat, 1-2 in. long, about 1/6 in. broad, usually contracted between the seeds; seeds longitudinal, the funicle but little folded and filiform to the end. May, June.—May be distinguished from A. tenuifolia by its funicle filiform the entire length, its petals with prominent midrib, and its 5-merous fls. CH

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