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Acacia burkittii (Sandhill Wattle) Plant

$7.90

2 in stock

2 in stock

Description

Acacia burkittii is rich in tryptamine alkaloids. It grows as an erect or spreading small shrub growing up to 1-4m in height. Found in arid zones, it is endemic to Western Australia, South Australia and western New South Wales.. This species is notable for its fine, needle-like foliage and its ability to thrive in a variety of environments, from coastal regions to inland areas.

Its foliage consists of slender, linear leaves that give the plant a delicate and airy appearance. These leaves are often a pale green colour and can create a feathery texture, adding visual interest to landscapes. Acacia burkittii produces abundant clusters of yellow flowers, which bloom profusely during the spring and summer months. The fragrant flowers attract pollinators such as bees and butterflies which contributes to the biodiversity of their habitat.

Once referred to as Acacia acuminata subsp. burkittii, it is now considered a separate species. Sandhill Wattle grows in mallee, eucalypt and mulga woodland or shrubland, often on sandhills. It is also tolerant of drought and frosts and is moderately salt tolerant. They produce bright yellow flowers 0.5–1.5 cm long.

 

  • Common Name.

Burkitt’s Wattle; Gunderbluey; Pin Bush; Fine Leaf Jam.

 

  • Ideal Growing Conditions.

Acacia burkittii is a hardy tree that prefers a freely draining soil. It prefers full sun but will handle part shade, and tolerates drought, salt and frosts. It does not tolerate humidity well.

 

  • Specifications.

50mm Pot Size
Seed Grown Plant

 

  • We cannot send plants to Western Australia & Tasmania due to restrictions.

 

  • We strongly recommended to select Express Post shipping for all plant orders to minimise the transit time.

 

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Acacia burkittii Seed

Additional information

Weight 0.170 kg
Dimensions 15 × 6 × 6 cm

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Description

Acacia burkittii is rich in tryptamine alkaloids. It grows as an erect or spreading small shrub growing up to 1-4m in height. Found in arid zones, it is endemic to Western Australia, South Australia and western New South Wales.. This species is notable for its fine, needle-like foliage and its ability to thrive in a variety of environments, from coastal regions to inland areas.

Its foliage consists of slender, linear leaves that give the plant a delicate and airy appearance. These leaves are often a pale green colour and can create a feathery texture, adding visual interest to landscapes. Acacia burkittii produces abundant clusters of yellow flowers, which bloom profusely during the spring and summer months. The fragrant flowers attract pollinators such as bees and butterflies which contributes to the biodiversity of their habitat.

Once referred to as Acacia acuminata subsp. burkittii, it is now considered a separate species. Sandhill Wattle grows in mallee, eucalypt and mulga woodland or shrubland, often on sandhills. It is also tolerant of drought and frosts and is moderately salt tolerant. They produce bright yellow flowers 0.5–1.5 cm long.

 

  • Common Name.

Burkitt’s Wattle; Gunderbluey; Pin Bush; Fine Leaf Jam.

 

  • Ideal Growing Conditions.

Acacia burkittii is a hardy tree that prefers a freely draining soil. It prefers full sun but will handle part shade, and tolerates drought, salt and frosts. It does not tolerate humidity well.

 

  • Specifications.

50mm Pot Size
Seed Grown Plant

 

  • We cannot send plants to Western Australia & Tasmania due to restrictions.

 

  • We strongly recommended to select Express Post shipping for all plant orders to minimise the transit time.

 

Interested in Acacia burkittii’s? Have a look at this product too.

Acacia burkittii Seed

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