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The Garden, with its African acacia trees, is a popular business lunch spot, serving dishes like Montauk wild striped bass.
Surrounded by mountains that form the face of a tiger, the basin is lined by pathways, dense camphor trees and Taiwan acacia.
The animal is the Leadbeater’s possum, an adorable little marsupial native to the acacia forests of central Victoria in Australia.
Sossusvlei Sossusvlei is Namibia’s most iconic tableau: an expansive white clay pan punctuated by stark black acacia trees and flanked by red sand dunes and a blazing blue sky in the background.
Flowers are fleeting, so Grubb prefers plants like acacia and cotinus for their foliage.
A few steps away is the crowning jewel — a stunning 9-foot dining table made from authentic acacia wood.
There's also a 17-foot acacia wood table from Thailand.
Neat brick houses with flowering acacias out front are set among rolling fields of rapeseed and wheat.
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First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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