Description Manna Wattle is as bushy shrub or tree that 2 m to 7 m in height, with a spread of up to 5 m. The grey-green phyllodes are long and narrow growing from 5 cm to 14 cm wide and 5 mm to 20 mm wide. It produces cream to pale yellow flowers from March to August. The flower heads are spherical about 5 mm in diameter, with each flower heads containing 20 to 30 individual flowers. The seed pods are constricted at intervals resembling a string of beads growing 15 cm to 20 cm long and up to 8 mm wide. The seeds are shiny and black with a length of 6 mm to 8 mm.
Habitat rocky outcrops, near watercourses, around salt lakes, along road verges in clay loam or sandy loam soils
Distribution Manna Wattle is native to south west of Western Australia.