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This is one of the hardiest species of wattle and grows into a rounded, billowy shrub. It is used in Australia and America as a road screening tree to block out dust and headlights. Grown for its cyclindrical clusters of golden-yellow flowers in spring, it makes an excellent pot plant, but it can be short lived.
Plant type: General houseplant
Flower colour: Yellow
Sun exposure: Full sun
Soil: Well-drained/light, Acidic
Skill level: Experienced
Time to plant seeds: February to June
Flowering period: February to April
wish I could rate it zero. Maybe you can set me straight but it seems like nothing but weedy succulents will grow under this tree. it is good for shade and making soil inhospitable for other plants if that is something that appeals to you (I jest). I have heard it is very invasive.
...though I hear you can eat the seeds and flowers, if that's any consolation. Haven't tried it yet, have you?
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