Acacia podalyriaefolia

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Acacia podalyriaefolia, Cunn. (A. Fraseri, Hook. A. Caleyi, Cunn.). Fig. 72. A tall, glabrous shrub with conspicuous gray branchlets covered with a soft pubescence: phyll. pinniveined, pubescent (rarely glabrous), ovate or oblong, 1-1 1/2 in. long, 1/2-1 1/4 in. wide, nerve-like margins and prominent excentric midrib ending in oblique point, the margins and midrib ciliate; gland at middle or just below: racemes simple, longer than phyll., of numerous small heads; calyx turbinate; not half so long as corolla; petals hirsute, with prominent midrib: pod flat, either glabrous or pubescent, 1-3, or more, in. long, 3/4in. broad; seeds longitudinal; funicle not encircling seed but in short folds at hilum end. the last fold slightly thickened. R.B. 33:105. G.C. III. 43:11. Gt. 54:1541. G.W. 9, p. 158.—Its neat gray ovate lvs. and abundant long yellow racemes at the end of the branches make it a very decorative and popular species. CH

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