Acacia alata


Can be propogated by request if ordered in advance. Common along creeks in the forest from New Norcia to the south coast, with a few outliers north of Northampton.
An upright, spreading small shrub with triangular, green leaves, and a profusion of rounded, creamy flowers in springtime. Best grown in a partly shaded position in moist soil. A small shrub which can be grown under tall trees, or at the front of shrubberies. Prune after flowering to increase longevity.

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