HARROW WATTLE FACTS
Map is from The Atlas of Living Australia web site, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License
The Harrow Wattle is a dense shrub with prickly foliage and greyish bark that grows to about two metres tall. The leaves or phyllodes are narrow wedge-shaped like an inverted triangle to about 5 mm long. It produces clusters of ball shaped bright yellow flowers in spring from August to October. The seed pods are brown and about 5 cm in length by 5 mm wide.
0.5m - 2m
1.5m - 2m
Acacia acanthoclada grows on sandy soil in mallee country.
attracts seed eating birds
Harrow Wattle is found in South Australia, southern half of Western Australia, north western parts of Victoria and the south west of New South Wales,
|Common Name:||Harrow Wattle|
Relatives in same Genus