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Acacia hemiteles, commonly known as tan wattle is a bushy shrub that is often broader than it is high with yellow flowers held in small spherical clusters occurring from May to October.
Leaves are around seven centimetres long and 4 millimetres wide. This hardy shrub is often used in re-vegetation.
Endemic to the dry regions around the West Australian Goldfields but has recently been found in Maralinga in South Australia.
Well suited to dry situations and sandy soils. Drought and frost-tolerant.
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.
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