A very hardy ornamental tree for medium to heavy soils including clay and saline soils. This species is closely related to Acacia coriaceae. The timber is used for making furniture. It is grown in parks and large gardens in California as a light shade tree. The seed pods are attractive hanging from the branches in long pods.
Outstanding, vigorous climber or creeper/trailing plant with large green leaves and pea-shaped black & yellow flowers in spring/summer. Prefers well-drained soils with a mulched root system in full sun or partial shade. Foliage damaged by moderate frost but foliage will return in spring. Pruning extends the life of the plant. Very vigorous plan...
Small mounding form of Acacia cognata (which is a small tree)spreading 4-6' x 2-3' high. Grows well in most well-drained soils in full sun or partial shade. Beautiful emerald green narrow leaves. Great grown in containers or hanging over an embankment or wall.
An upright bushy shrub with aromatic dark green leaves and dark pink flowers. Grows in moist soils in it's natural habitat in WA and consequently likes to have a cool root system that likes to be well mulched. Makes a useful screening plant if well pruned. Excellent cut flower and is grown commercially in Australia and California.
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is a beautiful shrub with white grey leaves and powdery white buds & flowers and makes a great cut flower?