Acacia aculeatissima or 'snake wattle' is an attractive shrub for drier shady gardens or planting under established trees. It tolerates dry periods once the plant is established. It has fine, prickly foliage 5-12mm x 0.5-1mm with 4 veins, often bent downwards.
There are 1-3 oval/ball-shaped flowers on individual stalks in leaf axils, lemon-yellow in colour, flowering in late Winter/early Spring.
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