Acacia notibilis tubestock
Common name-mallee golden wattle
Acacia notabilis is a bushy and spreading, hairless shrub, usually to 3 m tall, with dark reddish-brown branchlets. The flower-heads are spherical, golden-yellow in colour and are on stalks 3 - 6 mm long. The pods are straight, somewhat leathery, 3 - 7 cm long, 8 - 14 mm wide, and have margins that are sometimes thickened.
- Grows in mallee communities and open woodland on stony and rocky hills; soils types include brown lateritic loam, red clay-loam, shallow stony sands and red silty gravely sand.
height of 1m - 3m
Please note: No live plants can be sent to Tasmania, N.T, W.A or overseas.