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Family: Mimosaceae, 1, 000 species out of 1350 worldwide originate originate in Australia.
Australia's Acacias have a huge range of flower and leaf shape. Some have fern like foliage, others have leaves like they should belong on a gum tree.
Flower colour is mainly yellow, followed by cream, but one outstanding cultivar has red flowers.
Most of the species flower during the end of winter or the beginning of spring. The most common Acacia, the Golden Wattle (Arcacias pycnantha) is found in the South Eastern parts of Australia, and the hotter and drier climates.
Acacia pycnantha or Golden Wattle tree, is a shrub of about 4-8 metres.
Vase life:4-6 days.
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