Acacia ingramii Unusual
1.5 - 4m x 3m
Occurs mainly in escarpment gorges in NSW from Wollomombi Falls to Apsley Falls, also in Guy Fawkes River National Park. Named in honour of Cyril Keith Ingram (1912-2002) who first recognised it as a separate species.
Large shrub to small tree with fine narrow leaves and lemon yellow ball flowers in sprays at the ends of the branches. Frost/drought hardy, well-drained soils, full sun to part shade. Can be grown under eucalypts, specimen. Bees.