Sweet Wattle

Scientific NameAcacia suaveolens
Size and formAn attractive, open, sparsely branched shrub 1-3m high and 2-5m wide.
Flowers, leaves and fruitScented, globular cream-coloured flower inflorescences occur from April to October. Fruit is a pale blue, flat and waxy pod. Foliage is stiff, linear, blue-green phyllode, with a pointed or hooked tip. Branchlets are flat.
Growing conditionsSuitable for well-drained sandy soil in a full-sun or part-shade position. Often planted as a fast-growing low windbreak or screen.