Acacia decurrens mollis (Black Wattle)Add to Wish List
Acacia mearnsii, often known as black wattle, is a flowering plant in the Fabaceae family that is only found in south-eastern Australia. It's often a tall tree with smooth bark, bipinnate leaves, and spherical heads of light yellow or cream-colored...
Acacia decurrens dealbata (Silver Acacia)Add to Wish List
Silver Wattle, which originated in Australia, is particularly common in Mediterranean nations as well as in areas with warm winters. Its appeal stems from its light and beautiful leaves, as well as its abundant, spectacular, and highly fragrant blooming, which...
Acacia decurrens (Green Wattle Acacia)Add to Wish List
Acacia decurrens is a fast-growing tree that can reach heights of 2 to 15 metres (7–50 feet). The bark varies in colour from brown to dark grey and is smooth to severely fissured longitudinally, with prominent intermodal flange markings. The...