3 Litre Pot
- Position: Full sun
- Soil: Moist, well drained
- Growth Rate: Fast
- Flowering Period: January – February
- Hardiness: May need winter protection
- Eventual Height: 5m
- Eventual Spread: 3m
Acacia Baileyana, also known as Cootamundra Wattle or Golden Mimosa a native of New South Wale ( Australia ) can be grown as a small evergreen tree or large shrub,which bears attractive glaucous, grey-green, finely divided fern like leaves along its dense branches. Long racemes of bright yellow globose or mimosa like flowers are produced freely from late Winter and on into Spring, highly attractive to the bee and insect population.
Looking After Your Acacia Baileyana
Acacia Baileyana does require a sheltered position within the garden with full sun, and planted in a light sandy or loamy soil to provide free drainage. Generally very little maintenance is required, although some pruning to retain its shape may be done early Spring or after flowering.