Acacia obliquinervia

Rarely available, but one of the very hardiest of all Acacia, growing well in Belgium for example and known to have survived -16c in the wild in the mountains of SE Australia. The broad and distinctive glaucous phyllodes (leaves) have an oblique mid-vein and are larger than most Acacia - usually 10cm, but can be bigger. Clouds of bright yellow mimosa flowers in spring. Sun and well drained lime-free soil.

Pot size: 2L



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