Acacia fimbriata Fringed Wattle
6m x 5m
Naturally found in the coast and tablelands areas of NSW, as far south as Bega and north to Queensland where it has naturalised outside of its range from plantings. It is found all the way up to Mackay and the Cairns area and is considered a weed species in Victoria.
Small bushy spreading tree with short narrow phyllodes and numerous sprays of bright yellow ball flowers. Frost/drought hardy, adaptable to most soilswindbreaks, fence screening, weeping habit. Attracts bees and other insects. Edible seed.