Sunshine Wattle

Acacia terminalis (Salisb.) J.F.Macbr.

An erect or spreading shrub, 1-5 metres tall, with pale yellow flowers and seed pods 3-11 cm long. The small branches (branchlets) are angled and have longitudinal ridges. The leaves including stalks (petioles) are 0.5-2.1 cm long, and contain between 2 and 5 pairs of pinnae (leaflets)

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What habitats does Acacia terminalis live in?

Grows in heath, woodland and forest, in a range of soil types and topography, often in sandy soils on sandstone

What is the distribution of Acacia terminalis?

It's an Australian native whose range extends through New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania

How big does Acacia terminalis grow?

Shrub or small tree to 6 m in height

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