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Halimodendron






HALIMODENDRON ARGENTEUM (_syn Robinia Halimodendron_).--Salt tree. A

native of Asiatic Russia (1779), having silvery foliage, and pink or

purplish-pink flowers, axillary or fascicled. It is a neat and pretty

shrub, that is rendered valuable as succeeding well in maritime

districts. Quite hardy and of free growth in sandy soil.






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