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Acacia concurrens

Botanical Name: Common Names:
Acacia concurrens Curracabah, Black Wattle,Curracabah, Black Wattle,
Native: Foliage Type:
Yes Evergreen
Plant Type: Plant Habit:
Hedging / Screening, Trees Dense, Upright

Description:
A small native tree that is covered in long yellow fragrant flowers from late winter to early spring. Naturally occurring in southeast Queensland to northern New South Wales. Suitable for use in the landscape as a screening plant as well as an individual specimen. Formerly known as Acacia cunninghamii.

Mature Height: Mature Width:
4-10m 2-4m

Position: Soil Type:
Full Sun, Semi Shade Well Drained

Landscape Use(s)
Bird Attracting, Borders / Shrubbery, Erosion Control, Feature, Foliage Feature / Colour, Hedging / Screening, Low Water Garden, Mass Planting, Verge, Wind Break, Container / Pot

Pests & Diseases: Generally trouble free

Cultural Notes:

Plant Care
Keep moist during dry periods, Low phosphorus slow release fertiliser, Mulch well

Family Name: Origin:
Fabaceae Australia

Characteristics
Foliage Colour: Green
Flower Colour: Yellow
Flower Fragrant: No
Flowering Season: Spring
Fruit: Yes

Requirements Tolerances
Growth Rate: Fast
Maintenance Level: Low
Water Usage: Low
Drought: Medium / Moderate
Frost: Moderate
Wind: Medium / Moderate
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