Description Flax Wattle is a graceful open shrub growing 2 m to 6 m tall The phyllodes are narrow and flat growing 2 cm 7 cm long and about 1 mm to 2 mm wide. Sprays of cream or pale-yellow flower heads are produced from January to August. The flower heads are globular with 6 to 12 individual flowers in each head. The seed pods grow to 10 cm long or more, and about 7 mm to 15 mm wide. The seeds are black.
Habitat Grows in dry sclerophyll forest, woodland, heathland in sandy soils and clay soils.
Distribution Flax Wattle is found in central New South Wales on the eastern side of the Great Dividing Range.