Acacia decurrens mollis (Black Wattle)

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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 flowers that are followed by black to reddish brown pods....
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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 flowers that are followed by black to reddish brown pods. It is considered an invasive species in various regions of the world.

Botanical Name : Acacia decurrens mollis

Common Name : Black Wattle

Height : 35 ft

Spread : 10 ft

Germination Info : Seed requires a scarification prior to sowing to break down the hard seed coat 

Hardiness zone : 8-11

Average seed per ounce : Approx. 1,875

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