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Hey guys,

I've just bought a new house in Western Australia and the garden is filled with some small trees and palms in the back yard, but I'm not 100% sure what each one of them are.

Could you guys please help me out, theres 10 plants all up. I've got more plants that I can't identify out the front but if I'm able to get some assistance with these ones, I'll probably be able to work out the rest on my own.


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  • Posted: Sat. 20th April 2013 04:28

Re: Assistance identifying some plants

Reply from neil

Hi Dave, just taking a stab at these:
1. Ruffled or Miraguama or Windmill
2. Carpentaria Acuminata
3. Cabada?
4. Cordyline
5. Australian Cabbage Palm
6. Pony Tail Palm
7. Dypsis of some description
8. Fan Palm
9 & 10 = Possibly Acers?

Interested to know if I'm right on any!

  • Posted: Sat. 20th April 2013 18:50