Common Name: SICKLE WATTLE
Size: NT Premium
Habitat: Dry Sclerophyll Forest
Description: Commonly known as sickle wattle and by other vernacular names including sally,is a perennial shrub or tree native to eastern Australia, which reaches five metres in height and has cream flowers in early winter. It gets its common and scientific name for its sickle-shaped leaves. Hardy and adaptable to cultivation, it is used in regeneration of bushland. Found as a shrub or small tree from 2 to 5 m (7–16 ft) high, Acacia falcata has grey or black bark. Like most wattles it has phyllodes rather than leaves. These are a pale green or grey-green and sickle-shaped.
Pot size: 50mm Native Tube