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Acacia verticillata (L'Hér.) Willd.

It is an erect shrub or small tree with yellow flowers held in a cylindrical spike, from June to December. The leaves are varied with coastal forms being boarder and thick whilst forrest forms have very narrow ones

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What habitats does Acacia verticillata live in?

Heath understorey in open forest or woodland in valleys and on hillsides; often found in damp situations

What is the distribution of Acacia verticillata?

South Eastern Australia from NSW to SA including Tasmania

How big does Acacia verticillata grow?

Can grow to around 5m high

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