Acacia subulata. awl wattle

Family Mimosaceae
Description Small-medium upright shrub
Flowering Time on and off throughout the year, including summer and autumn
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Florabank Profile
Vegetation Communities Dry sclerophyll forest and grassy woodlands.
Soil Types A range of soil types including sands and clays, and ranging from skeletal soils to alluvium.
Values / Uses
Revegetation / Habitat Values Understory component and primary coloniser.
Amenity / Ornamental Values Very attractive shrub, the phyllodes are a bright fresh green giving the plant a lush appearance that belies its high drought tolerance. Flowers are a pleasant lemon-yellow and appear over an extensive period.
Other Values
Water Deficit high
Compaction average
Waterlogging average
Shade average
Minimum Temperature -8
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Viability Period long
Dormancy physical
Treatment heat/scarification
Days From First to Last Germination at 25 Degrees 7-30
Direct Seeding easy