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Acacia notabilis

Notable Wattle

Notable Wattle (Acacia notabilis) is a desert loving shrub native to Australia. The thick, silvery-gray leaves are long and narrow, with rounded tips and a raised mid-vein. They alternate on thick branches, accented by the small dense balls of yellow flowers that bloom in spring. The flat, dark brown seed pods appear in fall, after flowering. A. notabilis can tolerate drought and heat, reaching up to 12 feet tall with an equal spread, and can also survive temperatures as low as 15 degrees.

Environment

Zone_8 8

Water_use_1Water_use_3 Very Low to Average

Exposure_3 Full Sun

Height 18' 0" (5.4864 m)

Width 15' 0" (4.572 m)

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