Germinating and Growing

Common African Indigenous Trees

 

 

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Paperbark Acacia

Acacia sieberiana
 

 

 

 

 

1/ The seed germinates well and is aided by having hot water poured over it and being soaked for 24 hours. Whereafter it should be planted protruding slightly. Do not water too much. It is sensitive to frost when young and fairly drought-resistant. It is fast-growing under horticultural conditions and highly recommended, as grass grows readily right up to the stem beneath the stem beneath this tree.

 

 

 

 

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