(Previously known as: Acacia fimbriata
Description: Rounded shrub or small tree to 6 m high. The smooth linear phyllodes are up to 7 cm long. Yellow ball-shaped flowers adorn the shrub in late winter and early spring. It has narrower phyllodes than the related Acacia fimbriata.
Distribution: south-east Qld. (restricted) and northern NSW.
Propagation: From scarified seed or boiling water treatment.
Cultivation: The showy, quick-growing wattle is commonly cultivated in Brisbane. Foliage is attractive and it makes a useful screen. Most soils are suitable.
Special horticultural attributes:
- Recommended for its foliage.
- Suitable hedge or screen plant.
- Suitable for planting in tropical areas.