Acacia macradenia

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Acacia macradenia, Benth. A glabrous shrub, 10-12 ft. tall, or, in favorable situations, a tree 30-50 ft. high: phyll. lanceolate-falcate, narrowed to base, 5 1/2-12 in. long, 1/2in. wide; veins fine, prominent and transverse; gland at base, large or often wanting: racemes compound, short; fls. small; petals pubescent; calyx more than half as long as corolla, turbinate, toothed and ciliate: pod with nerve-like margin, 2-4 in. long, 1/4in. wide or more, slightly constricted between the seeds; seeds longitudinal; funicle not enfolding seed but bent upon itself and ending in club-shaped aril, about half as long as seed. F. v. M. Icon 5:7.—A beautiful close-grained wood that is capable of taking a high polish. CH

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