Description The Thin-leaf Wattle is a spreading ground creeper, although some plants are more upright. The phyllodes are small and prickly, growing to about 1cm long and only about 1 mm wide. The plant flowers in late winter and spring. The flower spikes grow from the leaf nodes and have from one to three ball-shaped pale yellow flowers on individual stalks.. The seed pods form are straight or gently curved growing about 6cm long.
Habitat Thin-leaf Wattle is often found in Eucalypt forest and grows in sandy loamy clay soils.