Wild Wednesday: Acacia longifolia – Mimosa longifolia

Acacia longifolia
Acacia longifolia

REF: Acacia longifolia and Plants for a Future

Another useful reference to identify plants is The Plant List

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2 thoughts on “Wild Wednesday: Acacia longifolia – Mimosa longifolia

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  1. Awesome . . . but Yuck! I am not certain. I just wrote about silver wattle, which is a majorly aggressive weed here. I do dig the bloom though! It is so colorful and fragrant. (I am one of the few who happen to like the fragrance.) Yet, I would never actually plant it, and must eradicate if from where it moves into our landscapes. Acacia longifolia, which I believe is known as Sydney golden wattle here, is not nearly as invasive, but has the bad reputation that all of the genus share. It is unfortunate. A few Acacias are practical for the climate here, but not at all invasive.

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