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Acacia holosericea

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Kingdom  Plantae
Family  Fabaceae
Scientific name  Acacia holosericea
Order  Fabales
Genus  Acacia
Rank  Species
Acacia holosericea httpsaustralianseedcompersistentcatalogueim
Similar  Wattleseed, Kurrajong, Lemon aspen, Burdekin Plum, Owenia acidula

Acacia holosericea, is a shrub native to tropical and inland northern Australia. It is commonly known as soapbush wattle or strap wattle.

Acacia holosericea Consortium of Intermountain Herbaria Acacia holosericea

The leaves are ovate-lanceolate, 10–25 cm long and 2–9 cm wide, covered with white silky hairs, with 3 to 4 prominent veins. The flowers are rod-like and bright yellow, 3–5 cm long. The pods are 3–5 cm long and twisted and curled. The seed is edible.

Acacia holosericea Acacia holosericea BowerBird
Acacia holosericea Acacia holosericea Wikipedia
Acacia holosericea Australian National Botanic Gardens Growing Acacia

References

Acacia holosericea Wikipedia


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