Newly collected Acacia arabicum sp.

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Newly collected Acacia arabicum sp.

Post  aryonugroho on Fri Dec 30, 2011 11:22 pm

Last week, I drive past a local forest near my mother house. There are alot of vegetations species. One of them as acacia arabicum sp. As I drive, I finally decided to lift one of them. I pick a small one (looked behind my car window). But amazingly, the small one is 8" tree. Here the tree after I put it in a plastic container.



And this is from different angle



Please free to give any suggestion, what should I do with it.. Very Happy



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Re: Newly collected Acacia arabicum sp.

Post  Billy M. Rhodes on Sat Dec 31, 2011 12:28 am

I think you need the let it get established for six months to a year and see what the tree tells you.

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Re: Newly collected Acacia arabicum sp.

Post  aryonugroho on Mon Jan 02, 2012 12:45 pm

Thanks Billy.. I certainly will wait for a while. Right now, buds are already spread all over trunk.. I will update the picture as soon as some branches appearing..

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Re: Newly collected Acacia arabicum sp.

Post  Poink88 on Mon Jan 02, 2012 1:49 pm

Is the top twin branch? If it is, I would cut one of it now. I would also shorten the top a bit more and the smaller branch considerably. JMHO.

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Re: Newly collected Acacia arabicum sp.

Post  aryonugroho on Tue Jan 03, 2012 9:13 am

@Poink88: No.. Right now, there's no branch(es) on the top. It's from mango tree near the Acacia arabicum. Sorry for not so good quality images Right now, it already has many buds on the smaller trunk, and a just few buds on the bigger trunk. I will update the picture sooner when some real branches formed. I promise, next image will be better.. Embarassed

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