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Acacia iteaphylla

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Willow-leaf Wattle • Acacia iteaphylla • Fabaceae- Mimosoideae
Known commonly as the ‘Willow-leaf Wattle’, this hardy shrub is fast growing and flowers intermittently throughout the year, although the peak period is in spring.

This prostrate form is a useful ground cover. It adapts well to a range of soils in partial or full sun and is drought resistant and lime tolerant.

Following images from Mount Annan Botanic Garden, New South Wales. It can also be found growing in the Australian National Botanic Gardens.

Common name Where Found
Willow-leaf Wattle Found in South Australia, occurring from the Flinders Ranges, across to the Gawler Ranges and the Eyre Peninsula.
Scientific Classification
Kingdom: Plantae
Division: Magnoliophyta
Class: Magnoliopsida
Order: Fabales
Family: Fabaceae
Infrafamilies: Mimosoideae
Genus: Acacieae
Species: Acacia iteaphylla
Willow-leaf Wattle • Images
Acacia iteaphylla
Mount Annan Botanic Garden, NSW.
Acacia iteaphylla - Family FABACEAE - MIMOSOIDEAE
Acacia iteaphylla - Family FABACEAE - MIMOSOIDEAE
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