Plant name: White sallow wattle
Plant type: shrubs / bushes / trees
Origin: NSW, QLD, VIC.
Cultural notes: Adaptable to most soils and prefering a shaded position. It naturally occurs along watercourses or where there is consistant water, but seems to tolerate dry conditions in a garden situation. Fast growing.
Maintenance: Prune after flowering to maintain a dense habit.
Tolerates: Frost tolerant, moderately drought tolerant.
Flowering season: Late Winter and Spring.
Flower colour: Profuse pale yellow to cream flowers occur in rods to 4cm long. Long narrow seed pods.
Foliage colour: Dark green linear phyllodes to 15cm in length, branches often become pendulous.
Width: up to 4.5m
Height: up to 6m
Plant spacing: 150cm apart
Recommended uses: Good for windbreaks or hedges due to its attractive appearance and fast growth.
Description: A tall dense shrub or small tree growing to a Height: of 6m. Long narrrow dark green phyllodes to 15cm long, often slightly curved. Abundant pale yellow ball-shaped flowers in winter and spring.