Acacia extensa is a Western Australian native, erect, slender shrub. Acacia extensa will grow in many soil types including sand, laterite and gravel but you will most commonly find Acacia extensa under eucalyptus bushland along watercourses, lakes and swamp areas. Acacia extensa attracts birds and bees in masses. Acacia extensa's stems are green with yellowish ribs with pale green, long and thin leaves. Flowering through spring, Acacia extensa produces a sunshine yellow globular flower that are about 1cm in diameter. Acacia extensa will grow between 1-3m in height and 1m in width depending on conditions.Acacia extensa is a Western Australian native erect slender shrub. Acacia extensa will grow in many soil types including sand laterite and gravel but you will most commonly find Acacia extensa under eucalyptus bushland along watercourses lakes and swamp areas. Acacia extensa attracts birds and bees in masses. Acacia...
|Common Name||Wiry Wattle|
|Plant Type||Coastal / Evergreen / Native Australian Plant / Native West Australian Plant / Perennial / Shrub / Verge / Waterwise / Wetlands|
|Dimensions||2.5m H x 1m W|
|Sunlight||Part Sun / Shade|
|Flower Type||Globular - Spherical Shape|
|Foliage Type||Lanceolate - Pointed At Both Ends|
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