Description Drummond's Wattle is a compact shrub that grows from 0.2 m to 2 m tall and 1m to 2 m wide. The branches are reddish and slender. The ornamental leaves are green and about 2.5 cm long, divided into oval leaflets. The plant flowers in winter and spring between June and October producing spikes of yellow flowers. The flower spikes are 2 cm to 4 cm long.
Habitat It is found in a variety of habitats including forests and woodland, among granite outcrops, in gullies, on hillsides. It grows sandy soils and gravelly soils.
Distribution endemic to south west region of Western Australia