1444 viewings on 3 July, 2016.
Acacia Dealbata – silver wattle (Family – Mimosaceae)
A medium sized tree with a slender trunk and a well-developed conical rounded crown on good sites. Bark is grey-green turning dark brown. Flowers are yellow and crowded into fluffy globular heads about 1cm across on stalks about 1 cm long, arranged in dense racemes forming a ternimal panicle 6-10 cm long. Flowers in late winter and spring. Widespread in open forests on the tablelands and foothills along stream banks in New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania.
Taken with my LUMIX DMC-TZ3 in Tasmania
Top 10 in challenge in “Australiana Challenges” group.