Acacia Elata

Jan Richardson

Grenfell, Australia

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I call this the queen of all my wattles. The tree is so graceful in form and the trunk lights the tree from within. Each wattle blossom is distictly separate, and the leaves close up at night as if in prayer. I love this tree.

I grew my wattles from seed, and had quite a bit of ‘help’ from young magpies when I was placing my thumb pots prior to planting them. After watching me, they thought they’d join in and move some pots around too! That I could cope with, but they also found the labels appealing, and started taking them out of all my thumb pots! As you can imagine, there is a small chance I have the name of this wattle wrong. Please, if that is so, and you know the correct name, please say so. I will be very grateful.

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