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I see these small trees around Mesa. They bloom right now. Can you please identify them for me?



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I'm not him but I think its Acacia.

22 Dec, 2012

 

I do too...

22 Dec, 2012

 

Thank you both Cammomile and Moon-growe. Would you by any chance know which spicies?

22 Dec, 2012

 

There are two that spring to mind, Acacia Retinoides or A dealbata, but not really sure but hope this helps.

22 Dec, 2012

 

Thanks for your answer Julian. It could be Acacia dealbata. I will have to look at it again very closely.

22 Dec, 2012

 

I think it is probably the A dealbata.

23 Dec, 2012

 

Thanks Seaburngirl. I googled, and it is the the closest I came up with as well.

23 Dec, 2012

 

An overall view would be helpful, but I think that it is the early-flowering species of Sweet Acacia--Acacia farnesiana. A. smallii, and most of the other fern-leaf species, usually wait until February to bloom, or have pale yellow, or cream-colored flowers.

26 Dec, 2012

 

Thank you Tugbrethil. I like this tree because it blooms right now. We are staying in a friend's house and I was going to suggest that they get one for a yellow dislpay at this time. They have several yellow flowering trees and shrubs but they do not bloom until spring.
Take care.

26 Dec, 2012

 

You're welcome, Klahanie! Take care yourself, and Happy Holidays!

26 Dec, 2012

 

Thank you Tugbrethil ...good wishes for you as well and all the best in a New year to you and your family.

27 Dec, 2012

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