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All these shrubs have fine, Fern-like foliage which changescolour in autumn. The Pea-shaped flowers vary in colour from cream to purple, and while in bloom the plants are very handsome. They grow in any soil, flower in May and onwards, and are increased by layers. Height varies, the Rose Acacia (Hispida) reaching 10 ft., while the Locust Tree (Pseudo-Acacia) grows to the height of 40 ft.





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