Description Bent-leaf Wattle is a small sprawling or spreading shrub growing to about 1.5 m tall. The phyllodes are narrow growing from. 1 cm to 2.5 cm long and 1 mm to 2 mm wide with prominent midvein. It flowers in winter and spring between June and September. The flower heads occur in pairs from the leaf axils. The spherical flower heads have a diameter of about 5 mm containing 4 to 8 individual flowers. The seed pods are straight or curved, papery to leathery in texture,, and grow 4 cm to 12 cm long and up to 3 mm wide.
Habitat woodlands, dry sclerophyll forest, mallee
Distribution Bent-leaf Wattle is endemic to eastern states of Australia, from Queensland, through New South Wales and into Victoria