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7:54 Nice photo, dino
23/Aug/08 12:10 AM
Wattle is a common name for acacia. (Had to look it up, because to me, "wattle" describes a part of a turkey.)
23/Aug/08 12:13 AM
Cool. A hairy tree.
23/Aug/08 12:30 AM
8:14 Way to capture the texture, Dino.
23/Aug/08 12:39 AM
Beautiful, Dino, as always!
23/Aug/08 12:40 AM
3:28 everyone.
23/Aug/08 12:58 AM
Maen all - Very cool pattern - nice shot Dino!
23/Aug/08 1:05 AM
Nice photo. Thanks for the info, Plum! You saved me from having to look it up, too! Have a great weekend everyone.
23/Aug/08 1:24 AM
So, wattle we do today?
23/Aug/08 2:36 AM
maen all! gnarly bugger...must be hard to work with.
23/Aug/08 2:39 AM
, Judy.
23/Aug/08 3:19 AM
Judy, good one!
23/Aug/08 3:41 AM
Very punny, Judy.
23/Aug/08 5:42 AM
I hate to say it dino, but they look like tea trees (ti trees) to me?
23/Aug/08 6:01 AM
Ian, you are correct. I don't know how I made that mistake. My apologies to the ti-trees.
23/Aug/08 8:02 AM
I think this is better known as Melaleuca linarifolia…sold in the nurseries as “Snow in Summer”
Although tea tree oil is normally extracted from Melaleuca alternifolia ... it can also be extracted from Melaleuca dissitiflora and Melaleuca linariifolia
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23/Aug/08 1:47 PM
my spelling always let me down in plant ID... rarely got full marks!

Melaleuca linariifolia
23/Aug/08 1:51 PM
10:57, no possibilities. all.
23/Aug/08 3:49 PM
Great pic Dino Thanks!

For those unfamiliar with Australian trees. The many varieties of wattle have golden flowers- often sprays of them. This is a melaluca (sometimes known as a paperbark but different from the paperbark eucalypt).
23/Aug/08 8:40 PM
Plum, acacia in GreeK means "harmless". Nice photo Dino
23/Aug/08 9:15 PM
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