Gawler Range wattle
(Acacia iteaphylla)

Return to results    New plant search

Image of Gawler Range wattle

Tall plant with attractive foliage. Blue-green phyllodes are arranged almost at right angles to the stems. Pale yellow flowerheads are produced in clusters in autum and early winter. The buds are enclosed by brown bracts which fall off when they flower. This plant is quite hardy and drought resistant and grows between 2-4 metres.

Type
Native
Water use
Minimal
Container
One
Size
Medium Trees & shrubs 3 - 7 metres
Root size
4 metres
Foliage
Deciduous
Zones
Arid interior, Semi-arid with winter rain, Moist temperate with warm summers, Winter rains with dry summers, Semi-arid with summer rain
Soils
Sandy, Loam
Tolerances
Frost
Regions
Central Highlands Garden
Shade levels
Sun/shade
Flowering seasons
Spring, Winter
Colours
Yellow, Green, Blue
Gardens
Habitat plants