Acacia Dealbata (Silver Wattle) by Margaret  Hyde
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1091 viewings on 20 July, 2014.

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.

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acacia, australia, flower, margaret hyde, wattle, yellow, australian native flower

I am a keen amateur photographer (progressing from a Brownie Box to digital) who loves to combine travel and photography. I have travelled extensively in Australia and New Zealand with other trips to parts of UK & Europe, USA, Africa, Scandinavia and Canada. My photography reflects my interest in culture, scenery and wildlife relating to these travels.

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Comments

  • Michael John
    Michael Johnalmost 3 years ago

    A great Aussie ‘Floral Emblem’.

  • Hi Michael, I love wattle too but it doesn’t seem as common as when I was a child. Thank you for the featuring.

    – Margaret Hyde

  • Lanii  Douglas
    Lanii Douglasalmost 3 years ago

    My favourite flower. This is beautiful

  • Hi Lanii, It is a lovely flower but doesn’t seem to be as popular as it was when I was a child.

    – Margaret Hyde

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