Sweet Wattle

Acacia suaveolens (Sm.) Willd.

The pale yellow to near white globular flower heads generally appear between April and September in its native range. These are followed by flattened, bluish oblong pods which are up to 2 to 5 cm long and 8 to 19 mm wide.

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What habitats does Acacia suaveolens live in?

Sandy soils in heathland and dry sclerophyll forest

What is the distribution of Acacia suaveolens?

South Australia and Victoria, Tasmania, New South Wales and Queensland.

How big does Acacia suaveolens grow?

It grows to between 30cm and 3.5 metres high

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