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Re: Bulls horn acacia

Lordy, Jim, but that's an awesome baby.  Looks like it could do some
damage even at a young age...an adult must be something else!  I am
assuming those most interesting 'horns' are actually thorns of some

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> From: james singer <jsinger@igc.org>
> Here's a link to a picture of my newly acquired bulls-horn acacia 
> [Acacia sphaerocephala]. It shows the horns a bit more distinctly
> the photo at the other site did. They look like they ought to be
> of some Chinese ivory carving.
> http://plantsdatabase.com/showpicture/38737/
> One of the architects at work told me that when he landscaped one
> the estates on St. Armand's Key a couple of years ago, he went to
> lengths to save a full grown bulls-horn--pruned it out, limbed it
> planted an understory to call attention to it, and so on. He said
> last time he went back to the house, he learned the owner had had
> maintenance folks cut it down and haul it away.
> Oh well, not a plant for everyone, I guess.
> Island Jim
> Southwest Florida
> Zone 10
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