Acacia concurrens – Black Wattle (AN)


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  • 20 seeds.
  • Bulk available; please inquire.
  • Common name: Curracabah or Black wattle
  • Family: Mimosaceae
  • Native to NSW, Australia
  • 3 – 10 metres high
  • Fast-growing small tree or shrub
  • Low Maintenance
  • Well-drained, sandy soil
  • Drought resistant, hardy
  • Add slow-release fertiliser
  • Flowers in Spring and Winter
  • Bright yellow, fragrant flowers, long/cylindrical in appearance, often in pairs
  • Grey/black bark
  • Prune after flowering has finished
  • Green leaves
  • Full sun
  • Check to see if it can be grown in your area, don’t plant near natural bushland
  • Takes 10-21 days to germinate
  • Attracts birds, bees and butterflies

Acacia seed propagation:

  1. Place seeds in a glass bowl or heatproof container.
  2. Pour boiling water over the seed, enough to cover the seed.
  3. Leave overnight.
  4. Fill a pot or container with a seed-raising mix.
  5. Place the seeds on top of the soil and push gently to cover the seeds.
  6. Place in a warm, sunny position.
  7. Water in well and keep moist.


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