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Acacia polyacantha ssp. polyacantha. Fabaceae – Mimosoideae. Willd. falcon’s claw acacia. year-old trees growing on vertisols in. Shinyanga, Tanzania. Acacia polyacantha is a fairly hardy, deciduous tree adds all-year-round beauty to a garden with its seasonal changes, f. Propagation: Acacia polyacantha is relatively easy to germinate. The seed should be planted with a light sand/soil cover and watered regularly. Transplant into.

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West African Plants – A Photo Guide – Acacia polyacantha Willd.

Senegalia polyacanthaalso known as White Thorn is a flowering tree which can grow up to 25m tall. Polyacantha has the meaning “many thorns” in Latin. The root of Senegalia polyacantha subsp. The tree’s gum is used in the manufacture of candy. The root extract is useful for snakebites [2] and is applied to wash the skin of children who are agitated at night time.


The bark is useful for tanning. The tree’s primary use is for wood.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Senegalia polyacantha Scientific classification Kingdom: The Biodiversity of African Plants. Retrieved November 10, Retrieved from ” https: Articles with ‘species’ microformats Commons category link is on Wikidata All stub articles.

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