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Wattle trees of aust.

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Australia's National flower, features on the Australian Coat of Arms. There are a number of varieties, the most popular are the Golden Wattle and the Cootamundra Wattle featured in this show.

Australia's National flower, features on the Australian Coat of Arms. There are a number of varieties, the most popular are the Golden Wattle and the Cootamundra Wattle featured in this show.

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  • Wonderful trees and very beautiful music !! Thanks for sharing :-)))
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  • Amazing trees with beautiful flowers. Thanks for sharing. Congratulations. Hugs Carmen María.
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  • This time round Ivor is back home in Down Under, after travels to Wales and Abergavenny .
    Wattles belong to the genus Acacia, in the Mimosa family.

    There are over 600 different species distributed throughout Australia with shapes varying from low, spreading shrubs to large, upright trees. It is often called 'Mulga'. Whilst most are early spring and summer-flowering, there are wattles that bloom all year round.

    Wattles are the most widespread of all Australian plants, some inhabiting the most remote and inhospitable areas, growing in parched sand in the desert under the scorching sun, spiked, hard and leafless. In the rainforest gullies they have soft feathery foliage with pale golden heads.

    One species of wattle, Acacia pycnantha, is the floral emblem of Australia and is featured on the coat-of-arms.
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