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
Tolerances: Clay, Coastal, Drought Tolerant, Freshwater
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, Sand Binding, 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.