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What's flowering in the park

Acacia linifolia

Flax-leafed wattle 

Family: Mimosaceae

Acacia linifolia is a graceful shrub up to 2m, with soft, fine foliage along slightly weeping branches.

The flower heads are cream, forming dense clusters at the ends of branches.

Acacia linifolia grows abundantly on disturbed ground, and in the park it can be often seen along the roadsides.

Flowering time is normally from December to April. However, it often has a second flowering season in Winter.

Acacia linifolia - Flax-leafed wattle

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 Acacia linifolia - Flax-leafed wattle
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