Acacia Fimbriata – Brisbane Wattle

Natives (A-Z)

The focal point of our front garden is the Brisbane Wattle.  It has birds of all sizes  in it every day – fairy wrens, small brown honey eaters, Australasian fig bird, Noisy friarbirds, all love this tree.  In late winter, it has a mass of yellow flowers and is abuzz with bees.

22 July 2018 – the flowers are opening into fluffy yellow balls.

These medium-sized trees are fast growing, popular with birds and pollinators, and a great way to turn a blank canvas into a garden. In Brisbane, you can pick up a tube stock at most nurseries.

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