Acacia baileyana – Bailey’s wattle

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Acacia baileyana Bailey’s wattle

Australia; 6m
Planting position: Full sun.Wind-protected spot.Non-humidity area.
Tolerates drought.
Requires regular watering during dry spells.Well-draining fertile soil.Light pruning after flowering
Propagate from seed.

This Australian species covers itself with yellow ball-shaped flowers during winter to early spring and has greyish-green leaves.
Acacia pendula (Weeping myall, 6m) is a very attractive evergreen with weeping branches and long slim leaves. The clusters of flowers are small and white, appearing during spring.

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