The delicate bright yellow balls of this wattle are made up from relatively few individual flowers sometimes less than Like most local wattles, pollen is dispersed in units of 16 individual grains. Honey bees are one of the major pollinators. It grows as a small shrub up to 1. As its common name suggests, its branches and leaves are rough.
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Mitchell, Three Exped. Australia, edn. Derivation: acinaces Latin --a short Persian sword, a reference to the shape of the phyllodes Synonymy: A.
Phyllodes obliquely obovate or orbicular, mm long, flat, more or less pubescent sometimes quite densely hairy , mucronulate, main vein close to the lower margin and somewhat obscure, usually with a few fainter lateral veins; glands small on the upper margin below middle.
Inflorescences simple and axillary solitary or twin; flower-heads globular, bright yellow, c. Legumes linear, spirally coiled, mm broad, mid to dark brown, glabrous or sometimes sparsely hairy; margins yellowish, vein-like.
Seeds longitudinal in legume, obloid; funicle short, thickened into a clavate aril. Lothian Soils; mainly hard acidic or neutral yellow duplex and brown calcareous earths. Rainfall mm. Also N. Flowering time: May — September. The name Acacia cyclophylla Schltdl. Taxonomic notes: Maslin discusses the confused nomenclature and allied species of A. Description of the new species A.
Cultivation: A highly recommended species for ornamental planting forming a compact, spreading, rounded shrub, with long arching branches in cultivation; profusely flowering in spring. Fast growth rate.
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Common west of the Olympic Highway. Habitat Woodland. A range of soils, chiefly sand. Habit Small spreading shrub 30cm to 2m high with arching branches, angled or flattened branchlets and hairy "leaves". Site preference Well-drained soil in full or partial sun. Frost and drought tolerant. Resents poor drainage.
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Low growing erect or sometimes spreading grass like Acaia with flatten phyllodes leaves and small golden yellow flower balls occurring from June to October. Will tolerate many different soils as long as it well drained. Full sun to part shade although flowering will be more profuse in full sun. Although seed can be sown most of the year in Australia seed is generally best sown in spring or autumn in temperate climates, avoid the coldest and hottest months of the year. Acacia seeds germinate readily, however they do have a hard outer coating which is impervious to water and generally germination will normally not occur unless the seed is scarified by abrading or pre-treated with boiling water first. Place the seed in a container and pour in just boiled water and allow to soak overnight.
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