Acacia melanoxylon 

Acacia melanoxylon 

Categories: Acacia Native Trees
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  • Growth Rate

    Moderate to fast.

  • Foliage

    Phyllodes are a dull, dark-green leathery with prominent longitudinal veins up to 12 cm in length and 3 cm wide, narrowing at both ends. Juvenile foliage is bipinnate.

  • Bark

    Young bark is green and as it ages it becomes hard, fissured and grey-brown in colour.

  • Ornamental Fruit

    Pale brown seed pods up to 12 cm long are often strongly twisted and curved and split open to reveal hard black seeds with red funicle.

  • Tree Habit

    Pyramidal when young, becoming broadly rounded with age.

  • Flowers

    Produces clusters of pale creamy-white flowers arranged in fairly large globular flower heads from late winter to late spring (July through to October). Can have a slightly sweet fragrance.

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