Acacia aulacocarpa

FABACEAE

Hickory wattle

Acacia aulacocarpa is a shrub to a slender, large tree, 3-40 m tall.

Acacia aulacocarpa is a shrub to a slender, large tree, 3-40 m tall.
It can tolerate only very mild frost. Found in a diverse range of vegetation associations, mainly open forest, and is one of the few acacia species extending into rainforest.  It grows in a wide topographical range including undulating highlands, ridges, and steep rocky slopes, as well as on the flat and gently undulating terrain of coastal plains and foothills. The soils are freely to imperfectly drained, usually acid or very acid and of low fertility.

More information can be found on Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acacia_aulacocarpa

 


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