Acacia linifolia

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Acacia linifolia, Willd. A tall shrub with a minute pubescence on the branchlets and at the base of the young phyll.: phyll. linear on young shoots to linear-lanceolate on more mature ones, 3/4-1 1/2in. long, 1/16-1/8in. wide, 1-nerved, ending in mucronate point; gland below the middle small: racemes shorter than phyll., with 8-12 fls. in a head: pod flat, with nerve-like margins, 2 1/2-4 in. long, 3/8in. wide; funicle half as long as seed, with club-shaped aril. B.M. 2168.

Var. prominens, Moore (A. prominens, Cunn.). Phyll. wider, oblong-lanceolate, 1-1 1/2in. long, 1/6-3/8in. wide; very prominent gland, its position varying, sometimes above, sometimes below the middle: pod wider, 1 1/2-3 in. long, 1/2in. wide; funicle short (not surrounding the seed), filiform and ending in fleshy aril. Fls. late Feb. and March. B.M. 3502.—This variety does not appear to seed in Calif.


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