Also known as
Mount Morgan wattle, Golden wattle, Pearl acacia, Pearl wattle
Queensland wattle Overview
This tree is from Southern Australia it can grow 6m tall and 3m wide, but it is rather short lived. It will produce racemes of fragrant golden yellow flowers which will appear in winter or early spring. The silvery phyllodes are rounded, with a soft, felt-like texture.
How to propagate Queensland wattle
Seed, heel cuttings (semi-ripe cuttings).
Other uses of Queensland wattle
Grown as an ornamental. The flowers are also edible and are used in fritters. A yellow dye can also be made from the flowers. Fixes nitrogen (like all Acacia).