Western Prickly Moses
Endemic to Western Australia, Acacia pulchella is one of the most common plants found in bushland around the south west. It is one of only a small number of Acacia species with true leaves. These feathery bipinnate leaves have one or two spines at the base of each leaf, giving it the name 'Prickly Moses'. Masses of bright golden yellow, round, fluffy flowers appear in winter and early spring. A decorative plant for general garden use, and is suitable to coastal gardens or hot, dry spots in the landscape. Acacia pulchella is best grown in sunny to partly shaded position in well drained soils, including sandy and clay soils and will tolerate coastal conditions, swaps, low lying areas and drought. Prune after flowering to maintain compact growth. Acacia pulchella will grow to a height of .5m to 1.5m and a width of 1-2 metres.Endemic to Western Australia Acacia pulchella is one of the most common plants found in bushland around the south west. It is one of only a small number of Acacia species with true leaves. These feathery bipinnate leaves have one or two spines at the base of each leaf...
|Common Name||Western Prickly Moses|
|Plant Type||Evergreen / Native Australian Plant / Native West Australian Plant / Revegetation / Shrub / Verge|
|Dimensions||50cm-1.5m high x 1-2m wide|
|Sunlight||Full Sun / Part Sun|
|Flowering Season||Spring / Winter|
|Flower Type||Globular - Spherical Shape/Panicles|
|Foliage Type||Elliptic - Oval-shaped, Small Or No Point|
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