Golden Wreath Wattle
Our local form of Acacia saligna is mostly clonal – that is, it spreads by suckering.
Acacia saligna subsp. Southern forest syn. Acacia saligna subsp. stolonifera
Not all subspecies of Acacia saligna are suckering forms.
Origin: Busselton and Surrounds
Soil Preferences: Variety of soils
Plant Uses: Bird Attracting, Bird Attracting - Insect Eaters, Bird Attracting - Seed Eaters, Bush Tucker / Human Food, Firewood, Fodder, Hedge, Insect attracting, Noongar Culture, Possum Friendly, Revegetation Projects, Screening, Shelterbelt, Shrubbery, Stock Feed, Suckering Plant, Weeping Trees and Shrubs, Wildlife Friendly, Windbreak
Growth Forms: Large Shrubs/Small Trees
Flowering Times: Spring, Winter
Flowering Months: 07 Jul, 08 Aug, 09 Sep, 10 Oct, 11 Nov
Flowering Colours: Yellow
Wholesale Availability: Available for wholesale ordering and purchase at the Nursery.