This dwarf form of Acacia fimbriata or Fringed Wattle is naturally found from Sydney to southern Queensland, occurring on the coast and in the tablelands. It prefers well drained, moist sandy loams in a semi-shaded to full sun protected positions. Once established it has a low water requirement.
Flowering in late winter to early spring, it produced masses of small yellow, scented ball-shaped flowers followed by pod-like fruit.
Drought tolerant, and excellent in frost prone areas.
|Size||H: 2.5m W: 1.5m|
|Plant Type||Large Shrub|