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Acacia spectabilis ~ Mudgee Wattle

Acacia spectabilis is a beauty in all seasons. The best blooming period is in March, but Acacia spectabilis will often have a few yellow flowers at any given time. During March the weight of the blossoms will bow down the branches. The soft gray-green leaves make this small tree a compliment to any garden. Expect Acacia spectabilis to grow to 12-15 feet. The pale bark will provide an interesting silhouette against darker foliaged plants. Our Mudgee Wattle went through Winter temperatures below 20 F without damage. Acacia spectabilis seems quite happy on a lean water budget.

Acacia spectabilis, Mudgee Wattle

Flowers and foliage of Acacia spectabilis, the Mudgee Wattle. High resolution photos are part of our garden image collection.

Plants from the Acacia Genus featured on this site:
Acacia baileyana purpurea * Purple Fernleaf Wattle
Acacia boormanii Snowy River Wattle
Acacia cognata * River Wattle
Acacia Cousin Itt * Little River Wattle
Acacia covenyi * Blue Bush
Acacia cultriformis * Knifeleaf Wattle, Knife Wattle, Dogtooth Wattle
Acacia dealbata * Silver Wattle
Acacia glaucoptera * Flat Wattle, Clay Wattle
Acacia iteaphylla * Willow Wattle, Flinders Range Wattle
Acacia podalyriifolia * Pearl Acacia
Acacia pravissima * Oven's Wattle
Acacia spectabilis * Mudgee Wattle
Acacia stenophylla * Shoestring Acacia