Definition of Acacia dealbata
1. Noun. Evergreen Australasian tree having white or silvery bark and young leaves and yellow flowers.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Acacia Dealbata
Literary usage of Acacia dealbata
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Technologist (1863)
"Acacia dealbata, Link. (Silver Wattle).—A Tasmanian tree, growing in Co to 120 feet high, with a diameter of from 1 to 3 feet. ..."
2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1835)
"Acacia dealbata. Van Diemen's Land. (tolerably hardy.) 14. ... The ‘Acacia dealbata,' its equal in beauty, to grow as a standard in Devon. 38. ..."
3. The Gardener's Magazine and Register of Rural and Domestic Improvement by J C Loudon (1838)
"Several plants of Acacia dealbata, and many kinds of Fuchsia. ... Acacia dealbata.' Six years planted, and probably the finest plant in the country. ..."
4. Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society by Royal Horticultural Society (Great Britain). (1894)
"The blooming season of Acacia dealbata lasts from the middle of January to the end of February. Immense quantities of it are then distributed all over ..."
5. The London Journal of Botany by Sir William Jackson Hooker (1844)
"At the base of the mountains the forest consisted of Eucalyptus, Casuarina quadrivalvis, Banksia aus- tralis, Acacia dealbata (n. ..."