NAME: Australian Blackwood Tree
OTHER COMMON NAMES: Black Acacia / Blackwood Acacia / Tasmanian Blackwood / Lightwood / Sally Wattle / Hickory
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Acacia Melanoxylon
COLOR: Light Yellow
PLANT SEEDS: When soil temp warms to 70F
BLOOM TIME: Early Spring
HARDINESS ZONE: 9 - 11
PLANT HEIGHT: 90'
PLANT SPACING: 30'
LIGHT REQUIREMENTS: Sun
SOIL & WATER PREFERENCES: Dry - Moist
QUANTITY: 20 Seeds
OTHER: This Acacia is a native of Australia. It is a fast growing, evergreen tree with an impressive resume. It tolerates moisture, drought, coastal conditions like wind & salt, clay, rocky soil, smog, shade, & sun. The Australian Blackwood is prized for is decorative multicolored wood that is used to make instruments like guitars & drums, cabinets, etc. In spring, tons of lovely tiny flowers form balls in clusters. They attract birds, bees, & butterflies, & it is also a butterfly host plant.
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Mar 21, 2022
Thank you so much I appreciate you!
Nov 5, 2021
Just planted some of these yesterday, quality is fresh
Oct 2, 2021
got the seeds lets see if they grow well
Sep 3, 2021