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A long-lived Acacia that has been recorded as over 100 years old produces a profusion of golden rod-shaped flowers during winter and spring.
This Acacia was one of the most valuable plants for the local Aboriginals as well as the early settlers.
Traditional uses by the indigenous people include grinding the seed to make a flour or edible paste when moistened.
The sweet exudation, produced by the plant was either sucked straight from the tree or dissolved in water to make a refreshing drink that was referred to by the early settlers as Bush Lollies.
The hardwood of the Wattle was used in Boomerangs and digging tools when polished it turns a dark red/brown and is ideal in woodturning.
A Western Australian variety of ACACIA aneura. ACACIA aneura occurs in all states except Victoria.
Well adapted to low levels of soil nutrients and suited to and wide range of free-draining soils and conditions but not recommended for heavy clay soils. Ideal for areas of hot summers and cool winters. Drought tolerant & frost resistant. Flowers best in full sun.
Please Note: Although many of the traditional Bush Food and Medicine plants are now commercially produced in various forms we recommend you research these before using them as any form of food or medicine. Some parts of the plant may not be edible or some may need to be prepared before they are safe to eat or use in any way. We do our best to describe their traditional & modern uses. It is the purchaser's responsibility to ensure they are fit for their intended use.
Pre-treatment: Hot Water
Place the seed in a container, pour in just boiled water, and allow to soak overnight.
The swollen seed can then be sown, and seeds that have not swollen can be re-treated.
Sow seed 3-5mm and keep moist. Germination should occur in 10-21 days @ 18-22C.
If you are uncertain about the requirements for importing seeds into your country, do not hesitate to contact our Export Manager at Australian Seed.
Being a registered Export Establishment, we have an officer who can help you obtain Phytosanitary certificates if needed.
It is important to note that the buyer is responsible for clearing the goods through customs and paying all associated charges, including import fees and taxes. Please note that we cannot accept returns due to Australian quarantine restrictions.
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